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Maritime Quality Assurance Group Dedicates Resources to Sustainable Ocean Policies

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NORWAY – WORLDWIDE – DNV GL, best known as a risk management and quality assurance company to the maritime sector, is strengthening its commitment to exploring new ocean opportunities by dedicating extra resources to its ocean space research programme. The programme works with stakeholders from business, government and academia to create best practices and standards. It also seeks a collaborative approach to sharing ocean data and developing foresight on the blue economy.

Around 70% of DNV GL’s business relates to the ocean, and the ocean space programme compliments the wide-ranging activities across the company’s business areas. DNV GL says it is also at the forefront of sustainable ocean initiatives. Recently it joined 30 companies and institutional investors to sign up to the UN Global Compact Sustainable Ocean Principles, committing to take action to secure a healthy and productive ocean.

DNV GL also worked with Microsoft to host the recent Xynteo Exchange event which focused on measuring, analysing and sharing ocean data.

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