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Blue Economy

Maritime activities such as shipbuilding and maintenance, transport of offshore oil and gas, maritime transport, fishing, blue biotechnology, aquaculture and renewable energy contribute to the blue economy. As a foundation, we aim to facilitate the adoption of technologies developed by research centers within the productive and commercial sectors. 

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Global business leaders unite

CEOs of seven global corporations to lead the Water Resilience Coalition, pledging a commitment to collective action and net positive…

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The WBCSD 2050 Vision

“Walk into the board room of a typical Fortune Global 500 company today and the talk will be about today’s…

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Why current practices will leave us without food and without a future

Overfishing is one of the biggest threats to the health of our oceans. Fishing in itself is not a problem,…

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The common fisheries policy

For millennia, humans have taken fish from the sea. Going to sea, putting one’s life at the mercy of the…

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What it is and what it does

EFCA’s mission is to promote the highest common standards for control, inspection and surveillance under the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP)….

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Management of EU fisheries

The CFP is a set of rules for managing European fishing fleets and for conserving fish stocks. Designed to manage a…