Friday, June 18, 2021

India-Australia collaboration can benefit all IOR countries

The collaboration of the two tremendous powers of IORA, India, and Australia can play a significant role in addressing the security, economic, and environmental...

Genova confirms itself as one of the European poles of the Blue Economy

Between the 10th and 11th centuries, the Port of Genoa was one of the most critical places in the Mediterranean Sea.Italy had become in...

A blue dimension to the Green Deal: The way towards a sustainable recovery of...

Save the date of the 28th January, from 10:00 to 12:30 (CET), when SEArica, in cooperation with Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries of...

Map for Future: Hargeisa 2020

Since January 2019 Map For Future is an Italian cartographers group that is carrying out many workshops on Digital Cartography based in Rome, Italy....

Increased attention to Indian aquaculture and fish farming

The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, has brought attention to the importance of the coastal areas and the welfare of hardworking fishermen.  He...

New changes in the cruise sector

Ttgitalia writes that the sea journeys have restarted last August, demonstrating an extraordinary ability to adapt, and the cruises will be among the leaders...

Focus Bangladesh: progress and sustainable development pass through the Blue Economy

Bangladesh's permanent representative to the United Nations, Ambassador Rabab Fatima, recently stated that Bangladesh intends to maximize Blue Economy's potential, recognized as one of...

Twentieth IORA Council of Ministers: Sri Lanka assumes the role of vice president

IORA held its first Council of Ministers virtually, welcoming its 22 Member States and 10 Dialogue Partners, to discuss ways in coordinating efforts to...

Environmental analysis on seawater in Tanzania

World Travel and Tourism Council estimates international tourist arrivals in Africa to increase by five percent per annum, approximately 1.4 billion visitors. Tanzania registers 1.5...