Saturday, March 6, 2021

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...

Kenya’s President says to invest in Blue Economy

This month Kenyan President, Uhuru Kenyatta, has said his government will invest in the blue economy which, has been identified as a priority sector...

Investment in Mozambique aquaculture

Around 80 % of the Mozambique population cannot afford decent food. Regional aquaculture businesses meet only 6 % of the total demand for fish...

Professional careers in aquaculture

The Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Development Cooperation, FEDERPESCA, an active member of the Italy-IORA Committee, will host the second webinar on skills...

Palermo becomes a reference shipbuilding center in the Mediterranean

This week, in Rome, an agreement between AdSp (Port System Authority of the Western Sicilian Sea) and Fincantieri was signed for the revival of...

India and Norway: a new partnership in the blue economy

In October 2020, Indian and Norwegian officials held a virtual meeting to discuss their maritime partnership expansion including, the construction of vessels and developing...

A new harbour in South Africa?

The South African government has identified Port St Johns on the Eastern Cape Wild Coast as suitable for the development of a small harbour....