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AIS Blue Innovation Solution

AIS Blue Innovation Solution

The Archipelagic and Island States Forum will host the Blue Innovation Solution conference to empower these amazing innovators who focus on sustainability, climate change, and the blue economy. The event will be held in Bali on the 5th of December 2022.

In providing a platform for productive discussion and exchange of ideas among islanders, the AIS Forum will conduct the Blue Innovation Solution conference to empower these amazing innovators who focus on sustainability, climate change, and the blue economy. This event will further discuss the strategic solution by the innovators, researchers, and local champions and highlight women’s role in climate action and sustainability. Emphasizing what could be done by the stakeholders to further boost innovators’ capacity in blue economy action.

The conferences are designed to have plenary and Blue Zone sessions. The plenary session is intended to showcase various approaches to addressing development challenges that are already running effectively. Resource persons from various AIS countries will present examples of effective policies and practices based on research and evidence. This session will be divided into three sections:

Local Champions for Ocean Protection


  • Hon. Fekitamoeloa ʻUtoikamanu

    Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kingdom of Tonga


  • H.E Laksana Tri Handoko

    Head of National Research and Innovation Agency of the Republic of Indonesia


  • Gabrielle Gay

    AIS Youth Ambassador of Barbados


  • Nadea Nabilla

    Founder of Azura Indonesia


  • Clifton Tootalau

    AIS Youth Ambassador of Solomon Islands


  • Charaf-eddine Ali Yahaya

    AIS Youth Ambassador of Comoros


  • Senandung Nacita

    Moderator

    News Anchor

Island Innovation Solutions


  • H.E. Sylvestre Radegonde

    Minister of Foreign Affairs and Tourism of the Republic of Seychelles


  • H.E. Sakti Wahyu Trenggono

    Minister of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries of the Republic of Indonesia


  • Joost Noordermeer

    Flood defences Specialist of Witteveen Bos Indonesia (Ecoshape project)


  • Prawita Tasya Karissa

    Executive Director & Co-Founder of Biorock Indonesia


  • Senandung Nacita

    Moderator

    News Anchors

Women in innovation processes as a solution to climate change


  • Dr. Ir. Siti Nurbaya, M.Sc

    Minister of Environment and Forestry of the Republic of Indonesia


  • H.E. Mme. Suzi Carla Barbosa

    Minister of Foreign Affairs and Communities of the Republic of Guinea-Bissau


  • Angela Herliani Tanoesoedibjo

    Deputy Minister for Tourism and Creative Economy of the Republic of Indonesia


  • Valerina Daniel

    Moderator

    News Anchor

The Blue Zone sessions enhances the potential for collaboration, involving players in private and public sectors to develop innovative projects. The Blue Zone session will be:

  • Technology and Innovation: enumerating possible build-up activities and collaborations to strengthen capacity and innovation.

  • Investment in innovation: mobilize resources and provide financial support for ongoing capacity development programs.

  • Bluepreneur: providing business support services for start-ups and entrepreneurs.

  • Healthy Ocean: promote climate action and resilience to manage ecosystems for conservation and sustainable use effectively.

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After a sideline discussion at the Ocean Conference 2017 in New York City and a follow-up Conference on the Archipelagic and Island States Forum in Jakarta in 2017, a common understanding among AIS participating countries was born. The Archipelagic and Island States Forum was then formally established through the adoption of the Manado Joint Declaration during the first Ministerial Meeting of the participating countries on 1 November 2018.

The Archipelagic and Island States (AIS) Forum is a platform designed to include island states and archipelagic countries regardless of their region, size, and development level. A global initiative that brings together 51 archipelagic and island nations to take part in a collective forum addressing challenges of ocean resource usage for sustainable economic growth, climate change resiliency, ocean pollution, emergency management, and the enhancement of sustainable fisheries.

 

The Archipelagic and Island States (AIS) Forum stands as a visionary platform, purposefully crafted to encompass the participation of 51 diverse archipelagic and island nations from across the globe. Its overarching mission is to facilitate a collective forum aimed at addressing the pressing issue of sustainable development. Within this forum, these nations come together to forge international partnerships and foster cooperation in their shared commitment to sustainable development. By uniting their efforts and expertise, the AIS Forum plays a pivotal role in harnessing the collective power of these island states to tackle the environmental, economic, and social challenges they face while striving to build a more sustainable and interconnected world.
Five years after the establishment of the AIS Forum, leaders from AIS countries have agreed to strengthen commitment for collaboration among nations. On 11th October 2023 in Bali, Indonesia, at the First High Level Meeting of the AIS Foru,, 32 AIS countries agreed to adopt the Leaders’ Declaration on the Solidarity of the Archipelagic and Island States. The adoption of this declaration marked a significant step for the AIS Forum to further elevate its position in the global scheme. The Declaration focuses on four collaborative areas, which are:

Our Team offers an insightful glimpse into the exceptional individuals who comprise the driving force behind the Archipelagic and Island States (AIS) Forum. These dedicated professionals work cohesively to realize our mission and objectives. The AIS Forum, as a platform, is thoughtfully designed to incorporate the active participation of 51 archipelagic and island states from various corners of the world, uniting them within a collective forum to address the critical concerns of sustainable development.

The AIS Forum’s role is to facilitate close cooperation between archipelagic and island states in its four working areas. The forum has fostered connections and collaborative projects through its partnerships with private enterprises, government authorities, universities, NGOs, media and global or regional organisations. This approach aims to create a network of experts, researchers and policymakers who can provide insight and support to the AIS programme.

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