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New Release: Policy brief on 9 factors enabling local blue growth in developing countries

Posted by Patricia Lumba on 06 September 2022 10:25 AM CAT
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The Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management has released a policy brief that presents nine key institutional and infrastructure factors that promote local blue growth from the use of marine resources in developing countries.

The policy brief is based on four background studies, all addressing the same question: what is needed for marine resources to actually generate local blue growth?

Here, local blue growth refers to economic revenue and wellbeing in the local community from the sustainable use of ocean resources, such as fisheries, aquaculture, or tourism. Download the document from below or access via https://www.havochvatten.se/local-blue-growth

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