The Ma-Re Institute is open to all marine-related research groups and individuals at UCT, studying the ocean and ‘salty waters’ of the coastal zone, as well as all issues influencing these areas (e.g. socio-economic, legal, historical etc), with a particular focus on implementing a co-ordinated multi-disciplinary research approach.
Regional Seaview leaders: A. Jarre & R.Cooper
FAPESP & Instituto do Mar, Federal University of Sao Paulo, Santos, Brazil
Regional Seaview leaders: D. Freitas & F. Gusmao
Oceans and Atmosphere Business Unit: CSIRO’s Ocean and Atmosphere Flagship delivers significant economic, social and environmental benefits for Australia and the region.
Regional Seaview leader: R. Little
The Norwegian College of Fishery Science is the professional unit at UiT – the Arctic University of Norway which is responsible for research and education directed at both the Norwegian and the international fishery and aquaculture industry.
Regional Seaview leader: C. Armstrong
Group of Environmental, Resource and Ecological Economics , University Kiel, Germany
Regional Seaview leader: M. Quaas
We study the aims, conditions and possibilities of a sustainable economy: How can and how should economic systems be devised, so that they are economically efficient in the long run, intra- and intergenerationally just, and in accordance with the conditions and intrinsic values of nature.
Building upon the methodologically sound inter- and transdisciplinary integration of concepts and methods from economics, the natural sciences, and philosophy, we carry out conceptual, theoretical and empirical research, provide method- and problem-oriented higher education and foster knowledge transfer.
Regional Seaview leader: S. Baumgärtner
GREThA is a joint research institute (Unité Mixte de Recherche), associating University of Bordeaux and CNRS, and developing research programmes in economics.
Regional Seaview leader: Luc Doyen
AMURE is a joint research unit, associating the Marine Economics Department of The joint research group AMURE (UMR_M101 AMURE - Centre for the Law and Economics of the Sea) was established in January 2008 by association of the Maritime Economics Department of the French Research Institute for Exploitation of the Sea , and the Centre for the Law and Economics of the Sea of the University of Western Brittany, Brest, France .
Regional Seaview leader: O. Thébaud
Regional Seaview leader(French Guyana):F. Blanchard
Yellow Sea Fisheries Research Institute of Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences is a multidisciplinary marine and fisheries research institute.