Life below water

United Nations Sustainable Development Goal (UNSDG) #14 focuses on conserving and sustainably using the oceans, seas, and marine resources. Acknowledging the critical role that oceans play in supporting life on Earth, this goal aims to address the challenges posed by overfishing, marine pollution, and the impacts of climate change on marine ecosystems. UNSDG #14 calls for the sustainable management and protection of marine and coastal areas to preserve biodiversity, support fisheries, and ensure the well-being of communities that depend on oceans for their livelihoods.Key targets under UNSDG #14 include preventing overfishing, reducing marine pollution, protecting marine and coastal ecosystems, and addressing the impacts of ocean acidification. The goal recognizes the importance of healthy oceans in regulating the global climate, providing livelihoods, and supporting diverse ecosystems. By promoting responsible and sustainable practices in marine resource management, UNSDG #14 seeks to conserve the oceans for present and future generations, fostering a balance between human activities and the health of marine ecosystems.