Summit4Oceans – Sevilla Blue Economy Virtual Event
WORLD OCEAN COUNCIL SUPPORTS THE SUMMIT4OCEANS SEVILLE BLUE ECONOMY VIRTUAL EVENT
WOC and SUMMIT4OCEANS Partner to Advance Ocean Sustainable Development
18 May 2021
The SUMMIT4OCEANS Sevilla Blue Economy Virtual Event aims to promote ocean innovation, technology and sustainable development in Spain, the Mediterranean and internationally.
Chaired by the Mayor of Seville, Juan Espadas, the SUMMIT4OCEANS will address the economic and social opportunities and development of ecosystem goods and services from the regenerative marine environment and the wealth that it creates.
Paul Holthus, WOC Founding President and CEO is a keynote speaker and will address the importance of blue economy, the accelerating use of the ocean and WOC efforts as the Global Blue Economy Business and Investment Organization that is catalyzing international private sector leadership, collaboration and action in support of the sustainable Blue Economy.
Event Date May 18 and 19, 2021
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The Summit aims to show the relationship between the growth of the Spanish economy and the Blue Economy, a sector in which Spain has a prominent sectorial niche and, therefore, can play a role leadership, involving an entire economic and scientific ecosystem.
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