This article presents five actionable strategies to engage and empower young people with climate and ocean science to support ocean sustainable development.
Elsevier,

Relationship Between Microbes and the Environment for Sustainable Ecosystem Services, Volume 2: Microbial Mitigation of Waste for Sustainable Ecosystem Services, Volume 5, 1 January 2022

This chapter aligns with Goal 14: Life below water by explaining details of the various pollutants of aquatic sediments and their effects on the health of the aquatic ecosystem.
These dashboards present data from the World Development Indicators (WDI) that help to monitor the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
This chapter aligns with Goal 6: Clean water and sanitation and Goal 14: Life below water by aiming to critically review previous research on the presence of heavy metals, microplastics, and organic contaminants in urban waters and to synthesize the current knowledge of various urban water pollution sources.

World Ocean Day: Celebrating the Beauty and Importance of Our Oceans

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Water and Climate Change: Sustainable Development, Environmental and Policy Issues, Volume 1, 1 January 2022

This chapter aligns with Goal 6: Clean water and sanitation and Goal 14: Life below water by compiling and analyzing available data in the literature on the distribution of plastics/MPs in global oceans/seas and rivers and estimated riverine plastics outflows to global oceans.
RELX SDG Customer Awards aim to recognise RELX customers who share our commitment to driving action in support of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Read more about the 2022 winners.
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Materials Today Communications, Volume 31, June 2022

The articles's focus on using Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) to remove drugs and emerging pollutants from wastewater directly relates to several Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It particularly aligns with Goal 6 (Clean Water and Sanitation) by addressing the issue of water pollution and promoting the removal of harmful substances from aqueous environments. It also connects with Goal 14 (Life Below Water) and Goal 15 (Life on Land) by aiming to protect ecosystems and aquatic life from the detrimental effects of drug pollution, ultimately contributing to environmental preservation and human well-being.
This article uncovers measures and actions to be made to remove gender barriers in marine related research.
This chapter aligns with Goal 14: Life Below Water and Goal 13: Climate Action by exploring the application of stable isotope tracing and metabolomics to monitor coral responses to thermal and oxidative stress in order to predict the fitness implications of continued sea warming.

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