After rejection by French Polynesia, company launches campaign to persuade governments around the world

A company attempting to build floating man-made islands as a means of adapting to climate change have offered $100,000 to start-ups and entrepreneurs able to convince their government to host a floating island in their seas.

Blue Frontiers had been in discussions with French Polynesia to build a prototype of a floating island in their territory. However, after protests and opposition the government said it would no longer pursue the project or pilot island with the company.

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