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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. 

The future is sustainable profit

ESG stands for Environmental, Social and Governance, a concept now firmly established in the financial sector as a basis for judging the sustainability of investments.

Mapping the ocean

It is estimated that only about 5 per cent of the ocean has been explored by mankind. The vastness of the ocean, as well as

The potential of the prickly pear

The humble prickly pear cactus, prevalent throughout South America and across the Mediterranean, has been reimagined by one local Mexican company as a sustainable biofuel.

The Blue Economy

We live on a blue planet. Oceans and seas cover about 75% of the Earth’s surface and contain 97% of all available water. They produce

Making profit from ocean sustainability

As the world grapples with climate change and an economic downturn, new research from the World Resources Institute suggests that sustainable ocean-based investments will yield

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Water Resilience

CEOs of seven global corporations to lead the Water Resilience Coalition, pledging a commitment to collective action and net positive water impact by 2050 The

No more business as usual

“Walk into the board room of a typical Fortune Global 500 company today and the talk will be about today’s challenges. In an environment that

Getting over overfishing

Overfishing is one of the biggest threats to the health of our oceans. Fishing in itself is not a problem, but excessive fishing is: simply

Responsible fishing

For millennia, humans have taken fish from the sea. Going to sea, putting one’s life at the mercy of the elements, was often a dangerous