I’m convening two exciting ocean workshops this coming month, each of which, in very different ways, focuses on a non-liquid (or more-than-liquid) aspect of the ocean.
First, on 1 December the ICE LAW Project’s Territory subproject will be hosting a workshop on Territory, Law, and the Anthropocene. This workshop is being held at Warwick University and is being hosted by Territory subproject leader Stuart Elden.
Then, the following week, on 6-8 December at the University of Liverpool, Kimberley Peters and I will be running a workshop for early career researchers on seabed governance, focusing in particular on the opportunities that seabed governance debates provide for building bridges between science, policy, and advocacy. This is an effort of Working Group 3 (which Kim and I co-lead) of the EU COST Action on Ocean Governance.