Plan Bleu has contributed to the Expert Perspectives on the future of coastal and marine tourism of the High Level Panel

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Plan Bleu has contributed to the Expert Perspectives on the future of coastal and marine tourism of the High Level Panel for a Sustainable Ocean Economy during the UN Ocean Conference.

The High Level Panel for a Sustainable Ocean Economy (Ocean Panel) is a unique initiative by 16 world leaders who are building momentum for a sustainable ocean economy in which effective protection, sustainable production and equitable prosperity go hand in hand.

Gloria Lazaro, Programme officer at Plan Bleu, has contributed to the 40 Expert Perspectives on the future of coastal and marine tourism that gathers and showcases a wide range of perspectives on the future of coastal and marine tourism based on emerging themes and issues selected by the 16 members of the High Level Panel for a Sustainable Ocean Economy.

 

 

These perspectives will accompany a report on “Opportunities for Transforming Coastal and Marine Tourism: Towards Sustainability, Regeneration and Resilience” that was commissioned by the Ocean Panel and which focuses primarily on the economics of coastal and marine tourism and identifies a set of opportunities for action to help drive systemic change and to accelerate action on securing the long term sustainability and viability and this vital sector.

Both documents were published on Wednesday 29 June as part of the UN Ocean Conference in Lisbon, Portugal during the Launch of the Sustainable coastal and marine tourism knowledge platform and the Official UNOC Side Event: Building Sustainable and Resilience Ocean Tourism Economies and Coastal Cities on July 1.

The Expert Perspectives has been published on the Ocean Panel website.

 

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