Apr 24, 2019

Hope on the Horizon: Indonesian Ocean Crisis

Indonesia: Collaborating for change. Indonesia is an area both celebrated and criticized for its ocean beauty and management. Recent research has shown however that is also the one coun-try that has successfully used the WEF approach to collaboration, while simultaneously adopt-ing a more technological approach to fixing the oceans. The country comprises more than 10 000 islands and fishing contributes 15% to its GDP. In 2014 Indonesia tackled issues with..

Apr 24, 2019

The Rise of Ocean Philanthropy

Guardians of the oceans. Over the past decade, public and private funding for ocean preserva-tion has increased exponentially. The David and Lucille Packard Foundation’s 2017 report on ocean funding stated: “During 2015, roughly US$800 million in grant funding was directed toward ocean conservation. Half of those funds originated from foundations, primarily in the United States and half those funds came in the form of official development assistance grants...

Apr 24, 2019

State of the Ocean

Meridian Capital Limited supports a sustainable eco-tourism approach through Meridian Adventure. The ocean is the lifeblood of the planet. It covers 70% of world’s surface, regulates climates and absorbs half the carbon produced. It produces 50% of the world’s oxygen and accounts for 80% of global biodiversity. The ocean is also the mainstay of human existence, with 100 million households deriving their income from the fishing industry and three billion...
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