#MarineSABRESpostcards from Iceland | Emma Verling – MaREI, University College Cork

“We look at the environment as something beautiful, but we don’t see that we are actually part of it and everything that we do has an impact on that environment. So, what we are trying to do in this project is to help draw together the human aspect and the environmental aspect and to try and help decision makers to see these connections and to make decisions that work both for the environment and for us as societies.” The video message of Emma Verling, Marine SABRES Project Coordinator and Research Fellow at MaREI, the SFI Research Centre for Energy, Climate and Marine – University College Cork, introducing the key idea behind the project. An extract of the interview realised in Iceland during the 2nd Marine SABRES General Assembly, in the framework of video documentary and webtv activities. #MarineSABRES #MarineSABRESpostcards The webpage dedicated to the project on LifeWatching WebTV: https://www.lifewatching.tv/tv-show/marine-sabres/ Follow Marine SABRES: LinkedIn MarineSABRES: https://www.linkedin.com/company/marinesabres/ Twitter @MarineSABRES: https://twitter.com/marinesabres Instagram Marine SABRES Project: https://www.instagram.com/marinesabres/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@MarineSABRESProject Marine SABRES – Marine Systems Approaches for Biodiversity Resilience and Ecosystem Sustainability is funded by the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under grant agreement no. 101058956. Learn more about the project and our aims at www.marinesabres.eu