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Kaplan International 28 Sep 17
at sea ⚓️ Sailor 🏴‍☠️ Pirate 👨‍✈️Naval Officer 🐠Fisherman 🌊 Marine Conservationist
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European Commission 🇪🇺 Sep 27
The EU's Blue Economy – all economic activities related to oceans, seas and coastal areas – is thriving. With a turnover of €566 billion, the sector generates €174 billion of value added and creates jobs for nearly 3.5 million people.
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EU Maritime & Fish Sep 26
Happy ⚓️! Europe has a long maritime history. Sailors have been sailing the ocean form millennia - for trade or adventure. We dedicated this day to all men & women working at sea 💙
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EASME Sep 26
This year focuses on shipping. Oceans are crucial for transportation of goods (& people). Very busy routes require careful planning. Check the powered that reinforces cross-boundary maritime spatial planning.
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Solent University Sep 27
Happy ! The is celebrating this year by focusing on challenges in the maritime transport industry, and we're proud to be home to researchers currently working to tackle one of these challenges with the Effective Crew Project:
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ollie_the_cat Sep 27
So it's Creates much debate in my Kingdom re. Marmite vs. Vegemite. I'm not allowed either because of the salt content, but for some felines it is a temptation which is hard to ignore
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DW Environment Sep 27
Are electric vessels the wave of the future in shipping?
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Solent University Sep 28
Yesterday's addressed challenges in the maritime transport industry. Here at Solent, our researchers are tackling one of these challenges - crewing - in order to find the safest and most cost-effective strategies for manning a ship:
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Canadian Coast Guard Sep 27
Today, on , we salute all the brave hardworking seafarers who continuously put their lives on the line to keep our waters safe and clean.
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Dublin Fire Brigade Sep 27
Today is and this week we ran a ship and ports course with Louth Fire Brigade for several other brigades. Sea survival is an essential element of the course. Sometimes, despite best efforts, abandoning ship is the only option.
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United Nations Sep 27
A safe, secure & efficient international shipping industry is essential sustainable economic growth and achieving the . Thursday is :
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ISS Sep 30
Top view > Why African countries need to play a bigger role in sustaining, developing and protecting the oceans.
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IPBES Sep 27
How does traffic affect ? We can't overlook impact of noise in , direct collisions, acidification + pollutants such as oil and air emissions; crucial in protecting our oceans :
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CS Europe Sep 27
has the largest merchant marine fleet in world and is among its top industries contributing an estimated 7% to the country’s GDP and employing over 190,000 people.
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EU_ScienceHub Sep 27
Do you know how global maritime routes look like? Watch how ship 🚢 tracking data obtained through satellite communication systems tracks vessels for better safety & security at sea 🌊
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Shah A Farhad Sep 29
Cruise ships are a threat to the environment (and the future does not look greener at the moment), here's why. (Collected from )
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Violeta Bulc Sep 27
On we celebrate the huge contribution of the maritime industry to our lives & economies, & look ahead to an increasingly safer, more efficient, inclusive & sustainable shipping sector. This year we also mark & key agreement to tackle
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IMO Sep 27
Today we celebrate as IMO turns 70. But do you know its history? Watch our video summary for a snapshot of 70 years of driving improvements in shipping to achieve a better world today:
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LIFE Programme 28 Sep 17
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Maritime&Coastguard Sep 27
‘On ⚓️ we are reminded once more of why working to ensure safety of life at sea matters. All of us want to see better shipping for a better future and we will continue to uphold and improve the standards that will make it so.’ Sir Alan Massey, CEO.
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