SDG 14 - Life Below Water

Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development  is UN Sustainable Development Goal 14.

"Advancing the sustainable use and conservation of the oceans continues to require effective strategies and management to combat the adverse effects of overfishing, growing ocean acidification and worsening coastal eutrophication. The expansion of protected areas for marine biodiversity, intensification of research capacity and increases in ocean science funding remain critically important to preserve marine resources."

Find details on Targets and Indicators here.

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Riverbank State Park is the only park of its kind in the Western Hemisphere. It is located 69 feet above the Hudson River, built on the top of a major sewage treatment facility!...
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Et sted hvor man kan bade i havnen ved hjælp af en simpel stige. Meget afslappet og væk fra byens larm. Man kan også møde lystfiskere, der undersøger havets fisk.
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Botanisk Have er et unikt område i indre by meget tæt på Nørreport Station. Havens beplantning er blandt andet af forskellige arter og sorter man ikke finder andre steder i Danmark, og i midten af hav...
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Østre Anlæg er et gammelt fæstningsvætk, der nu bruges som park. Der er flere muligheder for både at opleve dyrelivet i vand, på land og i luften. Der er herudover også et rigt planteliv, samt mulighe...
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Located in the former tennis pavilion in Newlands Park, Dandelion Café is a popular & friendly local café (vegetarian with vegan options!) in the Southside of Glasgow, serving breakfast, brunch, l...
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Located in Glasgow's South side, Pollok Country Park is Glasgow's largest park (146 hectare) & is the only Country Park, in this instance the land surrounding Pollok House, within the limits of Gl...
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Adjacent to the first roasting site of local roastery Dear Green (a reference to Glasgow, which is often referred to as the 'Dear Green Place' ['glas' means 'green' / 'grey-green' in Scottish Gaelic])...
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Situated in Milngavie just outside of Glasgow city, Gavin's Mill is a social enterprise (supporting Gavin's Mill Community Project) offering a vegetarian café with vegan & gluten-free options, a F...
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Situated in Milngavie just outside of Glasgow city, Gavin's Mill is a social enterprise (supporting Gavin's Mill Community Project) offering a Fairtrade & zero-waste shop, as well as a vegetarian ...
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The Flint water crisis is so bad, the "Michigan Civil Rights Commission, a state-established body, concluded that the poor governmental response to the Flint crisis was a 'result of systemic...
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At the heart of Glasgow City Centre since 2007, Stereo's iconic presence in the city centre is not just about their great events, but their superb food & drink, all of which is all completely vega...
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A wonderful completely-gluten-free bakery with a continually-changing range of sweet & savoury items - including lots of vegan options, as well!
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Located on Glasgow's Southside near Strathbungo Cross, Bawn is an 'Ethical Textile Atelier', offering textiles by the metre (or 1/2 metre!), haberdashery goods & supplies (including clothing patte...
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The Wildlife Garden is one of several green spaces on the University of Glasgow Gilmorehill campus. The garden is home to frogs, squirrels, a wide variety of birds and insects, and the occasional hedg...
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Robroyston Park Local Nature Reserve covers approximately 50 hectares of land, the northern half of which is designated as a City-wide SINC. This area has an attractive wild aspect that consists mainl...
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Possil Marsh Nature Reserve is a wetland reserve just to the North of Glasgow City Centre - close to the bustle but an unrivalled place for experiencing wildlife like bird-watching. Opened in 1931, it...
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The Forth & Clyde Canal that crosses central Scotland includes the Glasgow Canal which stretches across the city, & the Forth & Clyde Spur Towpath is 7.7-kilometers of green-space just a s...
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Scottish Canals is the official body that (in their own words) "look[s] after the Scottish canals, conserving them as part of our heritage, & transforming them to play a vital role in Scotland tod...
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Cùrlach ('curly'!) is a non-toxic, 'green' hair salon, with a focus on sustainability & an inclusive approach, located on Glasgow's South Side.
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Vegan (fast food) restaurant & coffee shop.
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A social enterprise, registered charity, Fair Trade retailer, & educator - "trading fairly in Renfrewshire since 2002." The Rainbow Turtle's Paisley shop (staffed almost exclusively by a dedicate...
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Dear Green (a reference to Glasgow, which is often referred to as the 'Dear Green Place' ['glas' means 'green' / 'grey-green' in Scottish Gaelic]) is a local coffee roasters who roast specialty coffee...
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Charity shop whose proceeds benefit the Oxfam organisation, offering a wide variety of secondhand books. From fiction to non-fiction to vintage books, Oxfam bookshops are famous for their amazing find...
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Coffee roasters & café in Glasgow's City Centre, on Gordon Street right outside the Glasgow Central Station. A great locally-run option when arriving to or departing from Glasgow via train!
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A walk along the banks of the River Kelvin that winds through Glasgow (9.8km, from the city all the way to Milngavie!) is a beautiful experience at any time of the year. Today, it's taken for granted ...
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