Maritime experts have emphasised the need to address challenges that may hinder the growth of the country’s maritime industry and its earning power from the blue economy estimated at $24 trillion yearly.
Director-General of Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Bashir Jamoh, will on Thursday, February 2, address business leaders and captains of industry at a think tank lunch hour lecture series organised by Academy for Maximum Achievement in Lagos.
12 Oct 2022
The Secretary-General of the International Seabed Authority (ISA), Michael Lodge, has said that African nations are now better equipped to take critical decisions to enhance the development of their blue economies. He stated this at the end of the 4th edition of the Africa's Deep Seabed Resources (ADSR) Sub-Regional workshop organised by the International Seabed…
12 Oct 2022
The Secretary-General of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO), Kitack Lim, will engage in high-level consultations with government and private sector stakeholders on igniting the blue economy at the Nigeria International Maritime Summit (NIMS).
12 Feb 2022
The United Nation World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) has said that tourism plays a central role in advancing the Blue Economy.
9 Feb 2022
The 2030 target set by the United Nations for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is eight years from now.
2 Feb 2022
The Federal Government recently took a bold step towards developing the nation’s blue economy with the inauguration of the Expanded Committee on Sustainable Blue Economy in Nigeria (ECSBEN) by the Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, in Abuja.
21 Jan 2022
President of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) Nigeria, Mfon Ekong Usoro, has described the newly inaugurated expanded partnership committee on blue economy, as a bold step to fully harness multiple benefits in the nation’s marine environment.
19 Jan 2022
The Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, has sought wider participation of relevant stakeholders in the blue economy project to deepen participation and benefits from the country’s marine resources.
13 Oct 2021
Stakeholders in the maritime industry have said for Nigeria to tap into the $296 billion and 49 million jobs being generated by the blue economy, it must urgently
6 Oct 2021
The effort by the current administration at the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) to drive the paradigm shift from crude oil to the Blue Economy
15 Sep 2021
The current administration at the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) came into office with a three-point agenda, or ‘Triple S’ programme of maritime security, maritime safety and shipping development.