The 2018 annual economic report on blue economy imgPrepared by the Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (European Commission) jointly with the Joint Research Centre, in April 2018

This first Annual Economic Report of the EU Blue Economy intends to measure the trends, performance and progress of the Blue Economy in Europe.

It looks into the established maritime sectors (living resources; marine extraction and oil & gas; ports, warehousing and water projects; shipbuilding & repair; coastal tourism) but also at some emerging innovative sectors (marine renewable energy; blue bioeconomy; desalination; deep-seabed mining; coastal and environmental protection).

 

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Lifelong learning study imgBest practices and user stories

Prepared by the Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (European Commission) in April 2018

This compendium regroups initiatives in Europe that help developing the skills of maritime professionals and making them fit for the diverse needs of an evolving maritime economy. More particularly, the initiatives focus on digitalization and globalization and the new opportunities and unforeseen challenges this technology brought upon the sector.

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Ocean literacy

Ocean literacy study imgBest practices and user stories - Study

Prepared by the Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (European Commission) in April 2018

This compendium regroups initiatives in Europe that help developing the skills of maritime professionals and making them fit for the diverse needs of an evolving maritime economy. More particularlyd, the intiatives have the objective to increase ocean knowledge.

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Education and business study imgBest practices and user stories - Study

Prepared by the Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (European Commission) in April 2018

This compendium regroups initiatives in Europe that help developing the skills of maritime professionals and making them fit for the diverse needs of an evolving maritime economy. More particularly, it looks at the link between education and industry in the maritime economy, sectors in constant evolution.

 

 

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