The Maritime Foundation has published Maritime 2020, the latest edition of its annual magazine which brings together an intriguing glimpse of global maritime Britain past, present and future.
The 76-page magazine includes articles from distinguished figures in the maritime and marine sectors with an overarching theme on innovation, revealing a continuing respect for the work of those who have pushed the boundaries of technology since the 16th century, an admiration for the generations who led Britain’s adventures overseas, and a fascination for what’s to come.
Highlights from Maritime 2020
Jyotika Virmani and Carlie Wiener of the Schmidt Ocean Institute outline some of the important discoveries being made in the deep sea.
Paul Turner, Managing Director of CMB Revolve Technologies – CMB.TECH, gives a shipowner’s assessment of the low and zero-carbon fuel options.
Lewis Pugh OIG, United Nations Patron of the Oceans, reflects on his Channel swim – and on what is needed to make a reality out of a commitment to better protection of the marine environment.
Tony Long (Global Fishing Watch), Sjarief Widjaja, Hassan Wirajuda and Stephanie Juwana from the Government of Indonesia recommend ways to help the fishing industry become more sustainable.
Bob Sanguinetti, Director General of the UK Chamber of Shipping, outlines its view of the big questions for the industry’s future.
Maritime 2020 is available online and in print, click here for details on how to order copies.