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Friday, November 6, 2015

06/11/2015: Chief Executive of Singapore Maritime and Port Authority, Andrew Tan, to keynote SOS 2015

http://www.oceancouncil.org/site/summit_2015/
MPA Chief Executive Andrew Tan will provide the opening keynote address for the World Ocean Council’s Sustainable Ocean Summit (SOS), 9-11 November 2015.

Mr Tan stated, “Singapore is honoured to host the first Sustainable Ocean Summit to be held in Asia. With growing interest in ocean governance, this Summit will provide a good overview of the key challenges and prospects facing the management of our oceans, which cover more than 70 percent of the earth’s surface, provides an important source of resources, and plays an integral role in many of the earth’s systems, including climate and water.”

Mr Tan added that, “We encourage leadership companies from the ocean business community - especially those here in Singapore - to attend this important global gathering of ocean industries that is uniquely focused on international, cross-sectoral collaboration on Corporate Ocean Responsibility.”

In reflecting on the unique nature of the WOC, he added, “Ensuring that responsible maritime businesses are contributing to maintaining a healthy global ocean requires a global, multi-sectoral effort. As an international multi-industry alliance, the World Ocean Council creates the opportunity for responsible maritime industry operators to collaborate with like-minded peers from other sectors in tackling the shared sustainable development challenges affecting the future of all ocean economic activity.”

The WOC distinguishes the SOS as a “working conference”, ie the event discussions are documented and then help shape WOC workplans, priorities and actions - as part of the ongoing efforts of WOC to support its Members and the broader ocean business community to advance “Corporate Ocean Responsibility”.

For the SOS 2015 program, click HERE.
          
http://www.oceancouncil.org/site/summit_2015/
Image: Silke Baron
With only the weekend to go until SOS 2015, limited space remains, so register for SOS 2015 to not miss the opportunity to participate in this 2-yearly gathering of the ocean business community to address leadership and collaboration in “Corporate Ocean Responsibility”. 
 

Register HERE.

About the Sustainable Ocean Summit (SOS) 9-11 Nov 2015, Singapore
The SOS is the only international ocean business community gathering dedicated to industry leadership and collaboration in developing solutions to ocean sustainable development challenges. The SOS 2015 theme is 'Sustainable Development and Growing the Blue Economy - the Next 50 Years'. This event brings together a wide range of ocean industries, including: shipping, oil and gas, fisheries, aquaculture, tourism, renewable energy (wind, wave, tidal), ports, dredging, cables, seabed mining, the maritime legal, financial and insurance communities, and others.

SOS 2015 conference and hotel reservations are becoming limited   
Sustainable Ocean Summit 2015: 9-11 Nov 2015, Singapore
Marina Mandarin Hotel, Singapore

About the World Ocean Council (WOC)
The WOC is the only international, cross-sectoral alliance for private sector leadership and collaboration in 'Corporate Ocean Responsibility'. Companies and associations worldwide are distinguishing themselves as leaders in ocean sustainability, stewardship and science by joining the WOC. Members to date include 80+ leadership organisations from a wide range of ocean industries: oil and gas, shipping, seafood, fisheries, aquaculture, mining, marine mining, renewable energy, ocean technology, maritime law, marine environmental services and other areas. For the current list of WOC Members, click here.The WOC News Release is received by 34,000+ ocean industry stakeholders around the world. The WOC is a registered not-for-profit organisation in the US and the UK/Europe.

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