The workshop Dec. 5 aims to delve into a comprehensive discussion of the coastal economy in North Carolina.
The University of North Carolina Wilmington’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship offers a mentor program with140 volunteers who can share their experiences in coastal business startups.
Taking place on University of North Carolina Wilmington’s campus, the daylong conference will explore the blue economy in the region.
World Oceans Day is a time to consider the threatened underwater meadows that are home to important marine species and the foundation of the coastal economy, writes Ryan Speckman, co-owner and co-founder of Locals Seafood in Raleigh.
The Global Marine Science Summit, May 17-19 at UNCW’s Center for Marine Science, will focus on regional concerns with global implications such as sea level rise and flooding.
A 30-day period for public review and comment opened Tuesday for the plan to increase seafood consumption and support and make the industry more resilient.
The Coastal Studies Institute on the Outer Banks is now part of a global scientific collaborative to capitalize on the blue economy, which was highlighted during the U.N. climate conference in November as a technological revolution.
The Nov. 2-6 slate of events includes seminars, tours and discussions focused on the economic growth related to ocean resources in the Wilmington area.
UNCW Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship launched Tuesday the Alliance for the Blue Economy, an initiative to sustainably use ocean resources for economic growth.