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.
Maria Gallucci is a freelance science journalist covering energy technology and policy in the United States and Latin America. She joined the podcast to talk about her career, her beat and the future of clean cargo shipping.
Jason Kelly, executive vice president of Moran Shipping Agencies and co-founder of SeaAhead, has spent his entire career getting people excited about the future of the Blue Economy. Despite the impact of the pandemic, he’s still all-in. Here’s why.
Back when we were still able to record in our studio, we sat down with Stuart Meltzer, the founder and owner of Fearless Fish, an independent specialty fish market located on the West End of Providence, Rhode Island.
Captain John Konrad is the founder and publisher of gCaptain, the maritime industry’s leading trade publications, and the CEO of freight data startup gShip. He joined the show to discuss those two projects – plus, offer his take on how COVID-19 may spur innovation in the global shipping industry.
CargoMetrics receives and analyzes more than a billion unique pieces of shipping data every single day. What can we learn with this amount of information? Plus: How can America’s shipping industry reinvent itself in the aftermath of COVID-19? CEO Scott Borgerson weighs in.
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.
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.
As the former CEO of Deepwater Wind, Jeff Grybowski was the executive in charge of bringing America’s first – and still only – offshore wind farm to life. On this episode, he breaks down the Block Island Wind Farm’s seemingly endless permitting and construction processes – and provides his insight on the future of the nation’s offshore wind industry.
From Rotterdam to San Diego to the coastlines of Rhode Island: On this episode, we spotlight the Blue Economy’s early movers — and try to predict just how big this sector can become.