Air pollution can cause diseases, allergies, and even death to humans; it can also cause harm to other living organisms such as animals
and food crops, and may damage the natural environment (for example, climate change, ozone depletion or habitat degradation) or built
environment (for example, acid rain). Plankton produces the oxygen we breathe every day, even every second. In addition to producing
oxygen, plankton also remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Blue economy is a term in economics relating to the exploitation,
preservation and regeneration of the marine environment. Its scope of interpretation varies among organizations. However, the term is
generally used in the scope of international development when describing a sustainable development approach to coastal resources.
This can include a wide range of economic sectors, from the more conventional fisheries, aquaculture, maritime transport, coastal,
marine and maritime tourism, or other traditional uses, to more emergent spaces such as coastal renewable energy, marine
ecosystem services (i.e. blue carbon), seabed mining, and bioprospecting. SWOT analysis identifies internal and external factors that are
prioritized by experts in the world blue economic forum domain through an Analytical hierarchy process. The prioritized SWOT factors are
used in the formulation of strategies using the TOWS matrix. Regional and international competitive destinations: Local competitors are
developing a competitive festival world blue economic to attract tracks of similar profiles big city, improve technology and science and
education blue economic.