In this new CIO Special, we look at what exactly the blue economy is, and why it remains crucial for biodiversity and the sustainability of global economic development.


We consider:

  • Managing the blue economy: practicalities and aspirations
  • Investing in the blue economy: five key challenges
  • What lies ahead: the role for innovation and enterprise


The report also includes contributions from external specialists on the blue economy and coastal cities, and on the oceans’ capacity for regeneration.


To download a PDF of the full report, please click here.


To download a PDF of the report in German, please click here.


To download a PDF of the report in Spanish, please click here

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