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An ambitious, one-of-a-kind project to produce a seaweed that when added to ruminant’s feed, significantly reduce the methane emissions from livestock digestion
The biggest national television debate focused on climate change.
Records of tropical and sub-tropical species in the Portuguese Southwest coast points to a poleward shift in species distribution.
The visit is part of the activities of the EU-LAC Foundation to find out about European infrastructures.
This action is part of the joint efforts of three projects (MARSW, INFORBIOMARES, OMARE) that intend to advise the ICNF on the long-term monitoring of national MPAs.
Reduction of accidental catches of marine protected species in coastal fisheries in the Algarve: Innovation of Procedures and Mitigation Techniques.
1º  prize: João Neiva , Gone with the wind I
CCMAR celebrated 28 years of foundation and announced the winners of the scientific photography cotest with the aim of promoting and disseminating research stories.
The Museu do Mar Rei D. Carlos | CMC | FDL launched an exhibition entitled "Climate Change and the Oceans of Tomorrow" on the theme of climate change.
Francisco Leitão, Alexandra Teodósio and João Encarnação went to Quelimane, Moçambique to participate in the kickoff of the project BioFISH.