At the Atomexpo-2022 forum, blue was named the color of the economy of the future – MIR

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Blue was named the color of the economy of the future at the Atomexpo 2022 forum.Experts from India, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Russia, who were present at the forum, characterized the blue economy as the economy of the future and emphasized its global nature, its cross-border structure and the unique opportunity to become a platform for cooperation between the state, business and science. Speaking at the forum, Natalya Staparan, Director of the Department of Multilateral Economic Cooperation and Special Projects of the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of the Russian Federation, and Nikolai Shabalin, Executive Director of the Marine Research Center of Moscow State University. M.V. cooperation in the field of the blue economy, environmental management of marine areas, financing of water projects and digital technologies. National Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries (Egypt) Professor of Physical Oceanography Mohamed Ahmed Said, in his speech, spoke about the experience of Egypt and other African countries and expressed the most important aspects of the development of the “blue economy” in the following words: “Sustainable fisheries, aquaculture, renewable energy sources at sea and sea ​​transport. When investing in blue economy projects, it is very important to strike a balance between economic development and the sustainability of marine ecosystems. It is necessary to support developing countries so that they can adopt an environmentally conscious approach to the management of marine resources.” In his speech, Associate Professor Rudra Prasad Pradhan from the Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, referring to the experience of India, one of the pioneers of the development of the “blue economy”, said: “The Indian Ocean, bordering 40 countries, covers an area of ​​more than 70 million km².. The ocean is the main transport artery for various goods, including oil products. The Hindi word for “ocean” is in line with India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s promise of economic growth and a prosperous society for all (SAGAR), Ekaterina Lyakhova, director of business development at the Russian State Atomic Energy Corporation, said at the roundtable. Rosatom said: “For Rosatom, the “blue economy” is of great importance, especially when it comes to the development of the Arctic. However, it will be necessary to find mechanisms that will unite science, government and business to develop a model of lean economic development not only in the Arctic, but also in other marine areas.” The Blue Economy includes traditional and emerging industries such as shipping, port infrastructure, shipbuilding and ship repair, offshore construction and dredging, offshore gas and oil production, offshore research and development, education, fisheries and seafood processing. The world’s ocean assets are valued at $25 trillion. The Blue Economy supports over 3 billion people and is the 7th largest economy in the world. By 2030, the economy, which is growing in size every year, is expected to reach $3 trillion.

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