Goal

The great blue wall is a Western Indian Ocean (WIO)-led, African-driven roadmap to achieve a nature-positive world by 2030. It aims at unlocking unprecedented nature-based recovery efforts through the establishment of a transformational movement. Its goal is to dramatically accelerate and upscale ocean conservation actions while enhancing socio-ecological resilience and the development of a regenerative blue economy by catalyzing political leadership and financial support.

Objectives

The Great Blue Wall is an action focused and action-driven regional response to three interconnected crises, i.e. Biodiversity-Climate-Economy with three clear objectives to be achieved by 2030.

Stakeholders

Coastal communities

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Central stakeholders and key target beneficiaries

Governments

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High-level champions and enablers

Private sector

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Unlock blue investments and accelerate regenerative economic development

NGOs and CSOs

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Provide technical and capacity support

Development partners

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Provide technical and financial support

Academia and research

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Provide science, advocacy and education

A growing partnership

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