Diving deep into the global ocean economy

Host: David Hirschman

Business journalist and media entrepreneur

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Diving deep into the global ocean economy

Host: David Hirschman

Business journalist and media entrepreneur

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Google Podcasts (coming soon)

Presented by Rhode Island, the Ocean State

U.S. Sen. Whitehouse on America’s Blue Economy future

Where does Rhode Island fit in to the global Blue Economy? Do we really know less about the ocean floor than we do about the dark side of the moon? And how are sea turtles helping to bridge the divide across the aisle in the Senate? United States Senator Sheldon Whitehouse weighs in.

The economic benefits of ‘Saving the Bay’

As Rhode Island (and the rest of the world) work toward recovering from the impact of COVID-19, Save the Bay Executive Director Jonathan Stone says protecting the Narragansett Bay should be a top priority.

Impact of COVID-19 on seafood, fishing industries

Laura Foley Ramsden, a self-proclaimed “Fish Mongress” and the owner of Foley Fish, joins the Blue Economy Podcast to discuss how her business — and the fishing industry at large — is navigating the COVID-19 public health crisis.

Is the COVID-19 crisis ‘collapsing’ the global oil industry?

Demand for oil and fossil fuels has “dropped off an unprecedented cliff” during this crisis. Is there a path to recovery? And what does this mean for renewable energy sources like offshore wind? Award-winning energy and climate change reporter Amy Harder with Axios weighs in.

U.S. Sen. Whitehouse on America’s Blue Economy future

Where does Rhode Island fit in to the global Blue Economy? Do we really know less about the ocean floor than we do about the dark side of the moon? And how are sea turtles helping to bridge the divide across the aisle in the Senate? United States Senator Sheldon Whitehouse weighs in.

The economic benefits of ‘Saving the Bay’

As Rhode Island (and the rest of the world) work toward recovering from the impact of COVID-19, Save the Bay Executive Director Jonathan Stone says protecting the Narragansett Bay should be a top priority.