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The Blue Guardians program is an international partnership to enhance climate resiliency for Small Island Developing States with a focus on ocean and coastal areas.

Blue Guardians was formally launched as a Commitment to Action at the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting on September 28, 2015 in New York City by President Bill Clinton, along with along with President James Michel of Seychelles, Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and partners including the Clinton Climate Initiative, DigitalGlobe, Waitt Foundation, and the Nature Conservancy.

The partnership intends to leverage the resources and expertise of its partners to utilize satellite technology, data management tools, and financing to assist the Small Island Developing States in developing their blue economies.

Tags: coastal ecosystems development oceans Small Island Developing States technology&innovation


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