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Unveiling the 3rd Conference on Fisheries and Coastal Environment: Inclusive Blue Economy in Africa: Towards Sustainable Transformation and Resilience of the Marine Environment

Posted by Patricia Lumba on 12 August 2023 9:55 PM CAT
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The vast expanse of Africa's coastal regions harbours not only breath-taking beauty but also incredible potential for economic growth and environmental sustainability. The African Union Centre of Excellence in Fisheries and Aquaculture; the Centre for Coastal Management, University of Cape Coast is thrilled to announce the upcoming 3rd Conference on Fisheries and Coastal Environment, set to take place under the compelling theme " Inclusive Blue Economy in Africa: Towards Sustainable Transformation and Resilience of the Marine Environment." The conference will be held from 6th – 8th November 2023, at the Mensvic Grand Hotel, Accra, Ghana.

Unveiling the Conference: A Platform for Advancement

The 3rd Conference on Fisheries and Coastal Environment serves as a dynamic platform for scholars, practitioners, policymakers, and advocates to come together and exchange insights, ideas, and solutions that will shape the trajectory of Africa's blue economy. It is a collective effort to move towards inclusive development while ensuring the preservation of our oceans and coastal ecosystems.

The Theme: Inclusive Blue Economy in Africa

The theme of this year's conference, "Inclusive Blue Economy in Africa: Towards Sustainability," resonates with the global call for responsible and equitable use of ocean resources. As nations across the African continent strive for economic development, the conference places a strong emphasis on ensuring that growth benefits all sectors of society. By embracing inclusivity, there is an opportunity to foster prosperity while safeguarding the environment and traditional livelihoods.

How to Participate

The 3rd Conference on Fisheries and Coastal Environment is an opportunity to be a part of the movement towards an inclusive blue economy in Africa. To register and learn more about the conference, visit its website [https://conferences.ucc.edu.gh/cfce2023/home]. Secure your spot early to ensure you don't miss out on this impactful event.

Conclusion: Embracing Inclusivity for a Prosperous Future

As we stand on the brink of transformative change, the 3rd Conference on Fisheries and Coastal Environment invites you to join hands in shaping a sustainable and inclusive blue economy for Africa. By participating, engaging, and contributing, you become a catalyst for positive change that will reverberate across generations. Together, let us chart a course towards a future where prosperity, environmental stewardship, and inclusivity harmoniously coexist along our coastal shores.

Register to attend physically or virtually, and also submit an abstract by 31 August 2023: https://conferences.ucc.edu.gh/cfce2023/home

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