Start Date: 23 October 2014

End Date: 23 October 2014

Event Particulars

Sustainable Seas Trust and Members of the Algoa Bay Hope Spot Committee at the Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber for a coffee morning.

DATE Thursday, 23 October 2014
TIME 07:45 for 08:00 - 10:00
VENUE Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber boardroom

Sustainable Seas Trust and Members of the Algoa Bay Hope Spot Committee will set the scene on the Blue and Green Economies of Nelson Mandela Bay and the potential financial impact and opportunities of the development of Algoa Bay as an International Hope Spot, the African Maritime Domain Conference in Port Elizabeth and proposed Fish Farm.

Presenters:

Tony Ribbink: The True World Bank and asset management in our changing environment. Shirley Parker-Nance: Marine goods and services in Algoa Bay. Lorien Pichegru: Penguins as indicators of the state of the oceans and Algoa Bay as an International Hope Spot. Peter Myles: The green and blue economies and the fish farm.
Lloyd Edwards: Benefits of (or the aftermath of) Boat-Based Whale-Watching in Algoa Bay. Eckart Schumann: Current values

Presentations will be very short (3-5 mins) and the speakers will then interact with the audience in a question and answer panel discussion.

RSVP via the Business Chamber website 

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