Welcome to the November 2020 e-update. We are pleased to announce the EAS Futures: Youth and the Oceans Competition, to engage the youth up to age 30 in the crucial coastal and ocean management issues that face us. As the year draws to an end, so does the UNDP/GEF Scaling Up Implementation of the SDS-SEA project. We report on its conclusion in Thailand. Meanwhile, the Philippine province of Guimaras has released a new Coastal Strategy, developed through coordination and partnership with many local stakeholders. PEMSEA also participated in many webinars and online events hosted by partners and collaborators such as the Xiamen World Ocean Week (XWOW 2020) , UNEP Sea of Solutions 2020, and the International Ocean Institute (IOI) conference on Covid 19 and Blue Economy. In between newsletters, follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter for the latest updates.
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The newly-appointed CEO of a leading support provider has revealed his vision to ensure mental health becomes a top priority for companies, as the shipping market looks ahead to life post-Covid-19.
Maritime Payment Solutions, LLC (d/b/a ShipMoney), a global, industry-leading provider of payment solutions for maritime companies, announced today two new hires, reflecting the sustained expansion of the firm’s international operations. Vanessa Torres has joined as Strategic Client and Business Development Manager in Manila, and Theo Tsokos is the Client Account Manager in Athens.
Bergen, Norway, 1st December 2020.
Norway based Tero Marine launches TM Insights, giving shore based decision makers real-time analytics to identify operational improvements
The Bahamas Maritime Authority (BMA), one of the world’s leading ship registries, today launches its brand-new website and a rejuvenated look.
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