20 years on from the first Awards, their purpose, to help build greater understanding of our manifold dependence on the sea, is more important than ever
Maritime Media Awards 2015 Brochure
Is shipping coming clean?
Dr Tristan Smith, Director of University College London’s ‘Shipping in Changing Climates’ project, considers how honest the industry is being in meeting its commitments
The political economy of trade and development
Dr James Scott, Lecturer in International Politics at King’s College London, examines the issues
Maritime education, research and technology
Professor Richard Clegg, the Foundation’s Managing Director, introduces a global charity working for greater safety at sea
Towards a more secure maritime future
Vice Admiral Sir Philip Jones KCB on the main areas of focus for the Royal Navy and its partners over the coming years
Whose highway, whose resources?
Rear Admiral Chris Parry CBE examines how the global power dynamics of the 21st century are likely to affect use of the oceans
Fishers and plunderers
Lead author Alastair Couper, Emeritus Professor at the University of Cardiff and a Director of Seafarers’ Rights International, summarises the findings
The ghosts of Scapa Flow
Brian Lavery, naval historian and Curator Emeritus at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, reflects on the history of the naval anchorage in two World Wars