The Blue Technology Barometer is a list of 66 countries and territories along the coast in terms of travel and their commitment to safeguarding coastal stability. It measures the extent to which resources are prioritized to protect maritime health, through sustainable water practices, blue technology, and policy development.
The Blue Technology Barometer measures the performance of countries and regions on four pillars:
It releases CO₂ emissions from water processes, water pollution, and recycling of plastics.
It puts the stability of marine life on hold, such as navigation and fishing.
The Blue Technology Barometer was developed through a selection of selected research groups and interviews by international experts, policy makers, and international maritime organizations.
It calculates the economies of 66 countries and territories with major or economic bases along the four main pillars: maritime environment, maritime events, technical expertise, and policy and legislation.
Within each pillar, a series of symbols — a list of characteristics and quantities — were selected and placed among the people. Through case-control analysis, research, and peer review process by several of the subject matter experts interviewed in the report, rich feedback was provided to determine the significance of where the brand and each column affected the country’s blue technical leadership.
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