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Timur Jack-Kadıoğlu 19m
One of many engaging discussions conference on the & narrative. According to World Forum of Fisher People's coordinator Naseegh Jaffer: [alternative livelihood projects are] "deeply offensive, they are telling me I cease to exist"
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UN Development 4h
The ocean serves as the highway for some 90% of goods that we depend on for . explains the & ocean on :
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Lev Neretin 2h
Emerging issues for - maritime clusters
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Aymen Chrigui 11h
In few minutes the second African blue economy forum begins Tunis
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Radicle Global 4h
The blue economy goes beyond viewing the ocean’s economy solely as a mechanism for economic growth, by encouraging better stewardship and coordinated actions to sustainably manage, protect and preserve our ocean for the present & future generations.
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Veer Foundation 30m
RT unhabitatyouth: RT RadicleG: If you're wondering about the term 'resource ecosystem'. We've got you covered.
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Linda Olango 55m
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GILLS 2h
You know it makes sense - eat more fish....now here is a good read!
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Veer Foundation 41m
RT unhabitatyouth: RT HShamoy: Learn more about RadicleG's work with in the at unhabitatyouth ComSecYouth
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ABEF2019 3h
"Water is energy and energy is water. It takes energy to create water and it takes water to create energy." Bill Staby, Co-founder and CEO of
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Julián Idrobo 🌳 4h
Does the make us blue? Then we need as it's necessary corollary
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Julián Idrobo 🌳 5h
Cornelia Nauen shares how small-scale fishers are not rational actors seeking profit, hence don't fit within the ideology
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Blue Ventures 3h
Blue Ventures was represented on the panel discussion on and today. Great discussion around the importance of locally led management of and giving small-scale fishers a voice in the .
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ABEF2019 10h
Dr Frannie Léautier, COO of TDB Group: "No water no life, no blue no green"
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ABEF2019 5h
Official launch of the Women in Maritime in Africa Tunisia chapter! Emna Sohlobji has been chosen as the President of WIMA Tunisia.
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Aymen Chrigui 7h
"It is an idea whose time has come". An interesting discussion about the potential of the blue economy in Africa and Tunisia during the first day of the second African blue economy forum in Tunisia. TUNIS with Felix LEINEMANN and Paul Holthus
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ABEF2019 8h
How can we encourage and enable more women to join the maritime industry? Next up is ON in the maritime sector
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ABEF2019 7h
Interesting panel discussion on the latest trends and practices in fishing & aquaculture in at
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Felix Leinemann 10h
Africa-EU cooperation includes a strong focus on the
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ABEF2019 10h
Dr Frannie Leautier COO of TDB: "In 1960 every African had 20000 cubic meters of fresh water, today we have 4000 cubic meters."
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