Kenya's blue economy: Making ocean resources sustainable

First global conference on sustainable blue economy held in Nairobi, discussing efforts to save the world's oceans.

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    Protecting the world's oceans by creating a sustainable water economy was the focus for thousands of entrepreneurs and environmental experts meeting in Kenya.

    The so-called “Blue Economy” is valued at six trillion dollars.

    At the end of the three-day conference, heads of government and agencies committed to put in place policies to build a sustainable blue economy.

     

    Al Jazeera's Catherine Soi reports from Nairobi.


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