GREEN OCEANS VENTURE CAPITAL<br />Barbados as a Global Hub for Knowledge about Oceans Research and Fisheries<br />SPEECH A...
THE NEW HORIZONS OF INVESTMENT<br />Preserving shared heritage ecosystems (rainforests, coral reefs, oceans)<br />The inte...
Economic implications of marine ecology<br />Cost of toxic algae<br />Opportunities for new sensing technology in robotic ...
New sources of value in a global green economy<br />Sustainability has value<br />Acosta and the creation of value from EC...
The trends in global capital allocation<br />CASE STUDY    INVENTAGES <br />AGRICULTURE 2.0   NEW SEED ADVISORS<br />
Oceans and marine ecology knowledge as a cornerstone of environmental restoration<br />There is no famine when communities...
GREEN OCEANS AGENDA - Barbados<br />GLOBAL HUB GREEN OCEANS VENTURE CAPITAL   (nanocomposites, coral transplants, aquacult...
Green Oceans<br />Commercializing fisheries management<br />Commercializing oceans management<br />KEY TO GLOBAL ENVIRONME...
GLOBAL POLITICAL ENVIRONMENT OF OCEANS MANAGEMENT<br />  The scale of the commitment<br />  CASE STUDIES:<br />  MAURITIAN...
CASE STUDIES FOR COURSE ON GREEN OCEAN VENTURES<br />1.   Underwater mining NAUTILUS<br />2.   Jellyfish as global warming...
NETWORK OF EXPERTISE FROM THESE CASE STUDIES<br />Management of ocean resources<br />Application of new materials<br />Exp...
Global environment – MAURITANIAN OCTOPUS<br />MAURITANIAN OCTOPUS  <br />Wall Street Journal article in 2007<br />Sustaina...
Mauritanian fishing<br />
Global marine sciences research<br />KAUST in Saudi Arabia<br />WOODS HOLE <br />
Case Study  CORAL REGENERATION<br />Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology <br />National Institute of Oceanogr...
Case studies ocean industries – wave energy<br />University College Cork’s Hydraulics and Maritime Research Centre <br />
Ecological Aquaculture<br />John Volpe University of Victoria <br />Barry Costa-Pierce <br />Global aquaculture<br />Ventu...
Case study oceans research -nanocomposites<br />Sea Cucumbers and Nanotechnology Lead to Plastics That Can Change Softness...
Strategic alliances between companies and GREEN OCEANS<br />Starkist<br />Acciona  (water management)<br />Vivendi  (water...
BARBADOS AS A CLUSTER OF GREEN OCEAN INDUSTRIES<br />MARINE ECOLOGY<br />GLOBAL FISHERIES<br />GLOBAL ENERGY<br />GLOBAL M...
Case Study  Underwater Mining<br /> <br />UNDERWATER MINING INSTITUTE AT UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII<br />For more on global unde...
GREEN OCEANS VENTURESECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES<br />Knowledge about marine conservation and regeneration  <br />Commercializi...
OCEANS RESEARCH AND GREEN VENTURE CAPITAL <br />Oceans research is good for the environment and an opportunity to create n...
BARBADOS GREEN VENTURES PORTFOLIO  (imagined 2021)<br />Robotic Fish and Global Environmental Sensing <br />Coral Reef Reg...
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  1. 1. GREEN OCEANS VENTURE CAPITAL<br />Barbados as a Global Hub for Knowledge about Oceans Research and Fisheries<br />SPEECH AT UNIVERSITY OF WEST INDIES AT CAVE HILL OCTOBER 13th, 2011<br />www.jimdewilde.net<br />
  2. 2. THE NEW HORIZONS OF INVESTMENT<br />Preserving shared heritage ecosystems (rainforests, coral reefs, oceans)<br />The intersection of health, environment and agriculture (food preservation, food quality management, nutrition management, bioremediation, incineration, industrial biotechnology).<br />
  3. 3. Economic implications of marine ecology<br />Cost of toxic algae<br />Opportunities for new sensing technology in robotic fish<br />Marine resource management as an environmental trust issue<br />
  4. 4. New sources of value in a global green economy<br />Sustainability has value<br />Acosta and the creation of value from ECUADOR rain forests<br />Arable land as a gold standard<br />Daewoo and Madagascar<br />East African botanicals and the need for specialized agricultural lands<br />
  5. 5. The trends in global capital allocation<br />CASE STUDY INVENTAGES <br />AGRICULTURE 2.0 NEW SEED ADVISORS<br />
  6. 6. Oceans and marine ecology knowledge as a cornerstone of environmental restoration<br />There is no famine when communities can fish<br />Ocean mining, ocean drilling have to be turned into green industries<br />Water management and nutrient production are cornerstones of the new global economy.<br />
  7. 7. GREEN OCEANS AGENDA - Barbados<br />GLOBAL HUB GREEN OCEANS VENTURE CAPITAL (nanocomposites, coral transplants, aquaculture, wave energy) with capacity to invest and build companies to scale. See as model: AQUAGROFUND.<br />UWI MARINE ECOLOGY/OCEAN SCIENCES as a scientific centre. Building collaborative networks online re oceans agenda.<br />
  8. 8. Green Oceans<br />Commercializing fisheries management<br />Commercializing oceans management<br />KEY TO GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL FUTURE<br />OCEANA<br />MARINE STEWARDSHIP COUNCIL<br />UBC FISHERIES RESEARCH <br />
  9. 9. GLOBAL POLITICAL ENVIRONMENT OF OCEANS MANAGEMENT<br /> The scale of the commitment<br /> CASE STUDIES:<br /> MAURITIAN OCTOPUS <br />INDONESIAN SEAWEED<br />
  10. 10. CASE STUDIES FOR COURSE ON GREEN OCEAN VENTURES<br />1. Underwater mining NAUTILUS<br />2. Jellyfish as global warming indicator<br />3. Fish barcode <br />4. Indonesian seaweed<br />5. Mauritanian octopus<br />6. Sea cucumbers and nanocomposites<br />7. Coral reef regeneration<br />8. Ecological aquaculture TILAPIA<br />9. Mussels and adhesives<br />10. Wave energy<br />
  11. 11. NETWORK OF EXPERTISE FROM THESE CASE STUDIES<br />Management of ocean resources<br />Application of new materials<br />Expertise in ecological heritage management (coral reefs, ocean ecosystem)<br />Fisheries inventory and green fishing strategies<br />
  12. 12. Global environment – MAURITANIAN OCTOPUS<br />MAURITANIAN OCTOPUS <br />Wall Street Journal article in 2007<br />Sustainable sushi<br />
  13. 13. Mauritanian fishing<br />
  14. 14. Global marine sciences research<br />KAUST in Saudi Arabia<br />WOODS HOLE <br />
  15. 15. Case Study CORAL REGENERATION<br />Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology <br />National Institute of Oceanography in Haifa<br />“We have been replanting forests for 4,000 years, but we are only just now learning how to revive a coral reef,” said Mineo Okamoto, a marine biologist at Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology (New York Times April 15th, 2009)  <br /> <br />
  16. 16. Case studies ocean industries – wave energy<br />University College Cork’s Hydraulics and Maritime Research Centre <br />
  17. 17. Ecological Aquaculture<br />John Volpe University of Victoria <br />Barry Costa-Pierce <br />Global aquaculture<br />Venture capital in AQUACULTURE, see Aquacopia <br />
  18. 18. Case study oceans research -nanocomposites<br />Sea Cucumbers and Nanotechnology Lead to Plastics That Can Change Softness When Exposed to Liquids <br />
  19. 19. Strategic alliances between companies and GREEN OCEANS<br />Starkist<br />Acciona (water management)<br />Vivendi (water management)<br />Nautilus Minerals (underwater mining)<br />Danish fish production industry<br />Wave energy companies, e.g. OWEC , Pelamis, Ocean Power Technologies<br />
  20. 20. BARBADOS AS A CLUSTER OF GREEN OCEAN INDUSTRIES<br />MARINE ECOLOGY<br />GLOBAL FISHERIES<br />GLOBAL ENERGY<br />GLOBAL MINING<br />NEW MATERIALS<br />
  21. 21. Case Study Underwater Mining<br /> <br />UNDERWATER MINING INSTITUTE AT UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII<br />For more on global underwater mining see UNDERWATER MINING and UNDERSEA MINING.<br />
  22. 22. GREEN OCEANS VENTURESECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES<br />Knowledge about marine conservation and regeneration <br />Commercializing marine biology and marine ecology<br />Ocean industries (wave energy)<br />New materials (biofuels, adhesives)<br />Nutrition and global health (aquaculture and conserving fish stock)<br />
  23. 23. OCEANS RESEARCH AND GREEN VENTURE CAPITAL <br />Oceans research is good for the environment and an opportunity to create new sources of wealth<br />Coastal zone management (fisheries, reef management, beach erosion) a cornerstone of real estate<br />Food production and environmental quality are the new gold standard<br />Marine ecology a leading venture capital category in the 2010s and beyond<br />
  24. 24. BARBADOS GREEN VENTURES PORTFOLIO (imagined 2021)<br />Robotic Fish and Global Environmental Sensing <br />Coral Reef Regeneration and Fisheries management<br />Green Underwater mining technologies<br />Wave energy<br />New biomaterials from marine biology<br />+ the entrepreneurial imagination of 1000s of young scientists doing things not imagined<br />
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