Peter Thomson, United Nations Secretary-General's Special Envoy for the Oceans, wish all the best to Bergen and One Ocean Week during the UN's global ocean conference in Barcelona this week.

Norway's Minister of Fisheries and Oceans, Cecilie Myrseth, is looking forward to traveling to Bergen and attend One Ocean Week.

Curious about what a research aircraft can be used for? During One Ocean Week you can get a demonstration of the scientific equipment on board the aircraft, and a demo trip in the local area.

13th-19th of April marks the second One Ocean Week in history. We invite children, young people and families to take part in a fantastic opening weekend with lots of activities for young and old.

We encourage the entire county to participate, from Måløy in the north to Sveio in the south, says County Mayor of Vestland County Council and Chairman of One Ocean Havbyen Bergen, Jon Askeland.

The UN has stated that sustainable development is not possible without clean and rich oceans. That's why Bergen is dedicating an entire week to knowledge and collaboration for the ocean.

A sustainable ocean is the theme when national and international forces gather in Bergen for the One Ocean Summit.

Plan "your ocean week" in a dedicated app available for download for iOS and Android.

The City of Bergen invites young people from 18 different nations to One Ocean Week. The aim is to highlight the voices of young people and challenge today's decision makers.

Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, PwC, Bergen Chamber of Commerce & Industry and the Grieg Group are just some of the organisations planning events during One Ocean Week.

Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre extends his role as Goodwill Ambassador for One Ocean Expedition and looks forward to new voyages on the world's oceans.

Minister, and Tromsø-resident, Cecilie Myrseth became Minister of Fisheries and Oceans in October last year. Now she is ready for Bergen and One Ocean Week.

Bergen Shipping Association, together with the Norwegian Shipowners' Association and Maritime Bergen, will gather the maritime industry for a voyage on board Statsraad Lehmkuhl.

The Port of Bergen is breathing new life into the former terminal building Skolten for One Ocean Week 2024.

Does your company want to contribute to major events during One Ocean Week 2024?

One Ocean Week in Bergen is now one of the activities around the world that will contribute to improve the state of the ocean by 2030.

Thousands of people attended conferences, meetings, activities and culture during the 7 days of One Ocean Week 2023. Now, we are setting sail and invite everyone to contribute to One Ocean Week 2024.

With a maritime and marine history, and unique knowledge environments, Western Norway and Bergen have every opportunity to take a global leadership position in sustainable ocean economy.