Increasing the ecological awareness of young people in the field of marine ecosystems
Tomasz Kijewski, who represents the CORE-Climate and Ocean Research and Education Unit of the Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, is a biologist and deals with the genetics of marine fauna in the context of changes in biodiversity towards human activities. He is a specialist in fish biology, a blogger and an educator. Tomasz has co-created and co-run numerous international and local events, from science days, through workshops to conferences.
About IO PAN
Institute of Oceanology of the Polish Academy of Sciences is the largest marine-oriented research institution in Poland, and the main areas of research include:
· The role of the oceans in climate change and its effects on European seas,
· The variability of the Baltic Sea environment,
· Contemporary changes in the coastal ecosystems of shelf seas,
· Genetic and physiological mechanisms of the functioning of marine organisms.
Our action for climate change
The mission of the Institute of Oceanology PAN is to seek, understand, and communicate the scientific understanding of the marine environment and the issues related to its protection and sustainable use. IO PAN scientists achieve this by carrying out innovative, high-level scientific research that enhances our understanding of the marine environment