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The MOSES Project is funded by the EU INTERREG Atlantic V Programme (2014 to 2020), Priority 4 Enhancing Biodiversity and the Natural and Cultural Assets..


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MOSES is an EU multinational research project involving eight partners representing the five member states of the Atlantic Area. The multinational partners of MOSES (universities, marine research institutions, and regional bodies) include representatives from France, Ireland, Portugal, Spain, and the United Kingdom.

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Exciting times for #offshore wind energy for Ireland, but legislation, planning and associated costs could cause major delays @Whitaker_Inst @atlanticmoses https://t.co/hipjyK75r5

it’s #postgrad #research day here @GeogNUIG ! up first, @desfarrell13 work in #maharees on how community identifies #coastal #threats @mahareesmatters @DoctorDune @atlanticmoses amplifying #localknowledge & addressing #climate change

New @MarineInst app to avoid #discard 'hotspots'! @atlanticmoses https://t.co/SaDDBJosI3

Thanks for another great RSA research network event on Coastal Transitions @MICLimerick. Lovely to meet up with old and new network members and present our MOSES research @atlanticmoses @PlanQUB @PatrickHeidkamp @stxLiam @DoctorDune

great to have Dr Christina Kelly @PlanQUB to share #transition & #transformation pathways for #BelfastPort #sustainability w @atlanticmoses project to very receptive @GeographyMIC audience! what is needed for #blueeconomy #bluegrowth may require new thinking!