Wellness & sustainability in yachting Blog

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A collection of thought-pieces and expert commentary by Paolo Bonaveri (IT) and Matt Morley (ENG) exploring the intersection of yachts, sustainability and wellness.

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Applying global standards to sustainable yachting

Towards a global standard for sustainable yachting? BioBlu draws inspiration from the World Green Building Council Health & Wellbeing Framework, that is in turn grounded in the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals, of those 17 we have singled out the following as being of particular relevance for our concept of sustainable yachting: Good Health & Wellbeing (Goal 3) Affordable & Clean Energy (Goal 7) Responsible Consumption & Production (Goal 12) Climate Action (Goal 13) Life Below Water (Goal 14)  Applying […]

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CAR INDUSTRY LOOKING THE FUTURE WITH A LABORATORY CITY: WOVEN

Mobility is a magic word. Mobility give the sense of freedom, services with the public transportation, and today this is blend with the concept of transportation. “Transportation is the act of moving goods or people. Mobility is the ability to freely move or be moved. The important difference here is the word ability. … In other words: transportation is something you do and mobility is something you have.”  Car industry Is try to boost all the activities and project that […]

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5 marine eco materials for use on green yachts

Why use marine-based materials in an eco-friendly green yacht? For us, there is a happy synergy in using materials sustainably sourced from the sea in a green yacht, what better way to align the interests of owner and ocean? So what are we talking about when we say “marine materials”? A lot of attention is focused at the moment on seaweed and algae but we might also include eco materials that contain upcycled ocean plastic for a circular economy angle, […]

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