Davos Agenda 2022

5 reasons why the G20 needs a sustainable blue economy

Blue economy ... coastal ecosystems sequester as much as five times the amount of carbon as terrestrial forests. Image: REUTERS/David Gray

Luhut B. Pandjaitan

Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment, Coordinating Ministry for Maritime Affairs of Indonesia

Andrew Forrest

Chair, Minderoo Foundation, Australia; Member of Friends of Ocean Action

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