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We’ll be heading to Bali in early July for the Global Dialogue on Sustainable Ocean Development.

This five-day event will convene a diverse community of people working in practical ways to achieve a sustainable ocean economy. It will start with two days of technical training, followed by three days of panels, roundtables and side events.

Our colleague, Senior Economist Reiss Mcleod, will be presenting a side event with Kim Thuy Ngoc from the Institute of Strategy and Policy on Natural Resources and Environment in Vietnam. The event, titled Ocean Accounts to Guide Environmental Management: Case Studies from the United Arab Emirates and Viet Nam is on Friday 5 July.

The Global Dialogue is accelerating the shift towards a sustainable ocean economy – through interlinked efforts to build accounting systems that reveal multiple values of the ocean, and supporting the implementation of:

  • Sustainable Ocean Plans
  • Marine Spatial Planning
  • Marine Protected Areas
  • ocean-based climate action
  • sustainable finance.

We’re looking forward to catching up with many of our international colleagues to continue this important dialogue.