• Gustavo Bernal Torres

What’s Good for the Ocean May Also Be Good for Business

An article on how companies are trying to prove that the Blue Economy and conservation of a vast resource that directly supports the livelihoods of billions of people, make business sense-

  • Using his training as an engineer, Mr. Odlin has decided to try to reverse that decline with his company, Running Tide, which is based in Portland, Maine. Using a combination of robotics, sensors and machine learning, he is building an aquaculture operation that is selling oysters now and eventually clams.

  • SafetyNet Technologies, builds high-tech fishing nets for trawling boats: Attached to the nets are LED lights that flash in various patterns and levels of brightness to signal emergency escape hatches (right-size holes) for those species that fishing boats aren’t trying to catch, known collectively as bycatch.


Source: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/03/23/climate/ocean-blue-economy-business.html

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