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Blue Economy of the Indian Ocean: Resource Economics, Strategic Vision, and Ethical Governance


Concept and RationalePotentials of the Blue EconomyThe Indian OceanGeographyGeologyBiologyClimateHistorical ActivitiesDesigning a Blue Economy Vision for the IORThe Indian ScenarioLiving ResourcesCaptured FisheryMaricultureBio-Products, Pharmaceuticals, and BiotechnologyNon-living ResourcesCoastal Placers and Offshore MineralsDeep-Sea MineralsEnergy ResourcesOffshore Renewable EnergyWave EnergyOcean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC)Offshore Wind EnergyOffshore Solar EnergyTidal EnergySalinity GradientPotential of Offshore Renewable Energy for IndiaMaritime ActivitiesCoastal Tourism and RecreationSeaborne Trade and CommercePorts and HarborsCruise Liners and LeisureSupplementary ServicesBlue CarbonSynthesisThe Indian Ocean RegionSouth AfricaResources, Strategy, and ActivitiesChallenges, Success, and Economic PotentialMauritiusResources, Strategy, and ActivitiesChallenges, Success, and Economic PotentialSeychellesResources, Strategy, and ActivitiesChallenges, Success, and Economic PotentialKenyaResources, Strategy, and ActivitiesChallenges, Success, and Economic PotentialOmanBangladeshResources, Strategy, and ActivitiesChallenges, Success, and Economic PotentialSri LankaResources, Strategy, and ActivitiesChallenges, Success, and Economic PotentialIndonesiaResources, Strategy, and ActivitiesChallenges, Success, and Economic PotentialThailandResources, Strategy, and ActivitiesChallenges, Success, and Economic PotentialAustraliaResources, Strategy, and ActivitiesChallenges, Success, and Economic PotentialSynthesisGlobal StatusChinaThe Blue Economy ActivitiesMarine Environment and ConservationUnited States of AmericaBlue Economy ActivitiesMarine Environment Conservation PolicyJapanBlue Economy ActivitiesMarine EnvironmentCanadaBlue Economy ActivitiesMarine Environment and Conservation PolicyNew ZealandBlue Economy ActivitiesMarine Environment and Conservation PolicyBrazilBlue Economy ActivitiesMarine Environment and Conservation PolicyPacific IslandsFijiBlue Economy ActivitiesMarine Environment and Conservation PolicyPapua New Guinea (PNG)Blue Economy ActivitiesMarine Environment and Conservation PolicyUnited KingdomBlue Economy ActivitiesMarine Environment Conservation PolicyMauritaniaBlue Economy ActivitiesMarine Environment and Conservation PolicyNigeriaBlue Economy ActivitiesMarine Environment and Conservation PolicySynthesisThreats to the Blue EconomyClimate ChangeClimate Change ImpactGeo-HazardsGeopolitical IntimidationChina’s Presence in the IORIndian Presence in the IORMilitary PresenceTraining and Capacity BuildingRelationshipsChina–India Face-OffPakistan–India Face-OffBangladesh–India FriendshipASEAN CooperationRegional CollaborationHuman MindsetUnbound AspirationsGDP vs. Genuine ProgressToward a Balanced TheaterOpportunities AheadEmerging New VenturesFood, Minerals, Energy, InfrastructureMarine FoodPelagic FishingMaricultureCommunity-Based Aquaculture and Seafood ManagementCommercial Marine Algae FarmingAquaceleratorAquaponicsMarine MineralsSalt DepositHeavy Mineral Sand DepositsContinental Margin ResourcesDeep-Sea ResourcesRenewable Energy SectorMarine Infrastructure DevelopmentMechanized Floating Ports/CitiesTrade and CommerceSmart PortsTourism and RecreationCoastal TourismDiscovery and Wildlife TourismCruise TourismCultural and Archaeological TourismHospitality and AmenitiesMarine Ecosystem ServicesCapacity BuildingMarine Spatial Planning (MSP)Marine Digital Database (MDD)Blue-Tech and Innovation Strategies FrameworkEducation and Training on Skill DevelopmentMarine Financing and Blue AuditsScience and TechnologySolar EnergyAquatic BiotechnologiesHybrid TechnologyEmployment GenerationSynthesisEconomic ProjectionsBlue Economy DeterminantsProjected Economic BenefitsPresent ScenarioFisheriesShippingTourismThe ForecastFish Production in Selected IOR CountriesShippingTourismTourist ReceiptsSynthesisARIMA MethodologyEthical Blue EconomyBTVG DoctrineEthical Blue EconomySystem Re-EngineeringCultural InclusivenessEthicsGender NeutralityYogaStructural TransformationsPopulation and DemographyEducationHealthJudiciaryEconomyGovernanceParticipatory GovernanceRegional Cooperation and Economic IntegrationLocal AdministrationResource ManagementNR: Water ManagementNR: Managing AgricultureNR: Coastal Zone ResourcesHR: Ethical Blue Economy Technology (EBET) and Employment GenerationHR: Disaster ManagementHR: Hunger ManagementHR: TourismHR: Communication NetworkRoad Map for EBEEpilogueWhat We Have Learnt?Lessons from and for Other OceansSome Examples of Ethical GovernanceThe Last WordBibliography
 
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