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EU Blue Economy Observatory
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"No water, no life; no blue, no green" (Sylvia Earle - oceanographer)


Explore how each country is harnessing the potential of their coastal and marine resources in this comprehensive overview of the Blue Economy in the EU Member States.

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Dive into data and charts that show the economic indicators used for the established sectors in the EU Blue Economy report

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The sustainable growth of a blue economy depends on the switch from high-carbon to low-carbon energy.
The Energy Transition Partnership aims to advance this transition in fisheries and aquaculture.

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Maps of the following sectors: Coastal Tourism, Marine Living Resources, Marine non-living Resources, Port Activities, Shipbuilding and Repair, Maritime Transport and Marine Renewable Energy.

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EU Blue Economy includes all sectoral and cross-sectoral economic activities based on or related to the oceans, seas and coasts: Marine-based activities and Marine-related activities.

News on the Blue Economy


  • Conferences and summits
  • Copenhagen, Denmark

Funding opportunities