SDSN Youth Mediterranean publishes a comprehensive research showing the unique opportunity represented by Aquaculture to advance the sustainable development agenda in the Mediterranean region
SDSN Youth Mediterranean is thrilled to announce the official release of a comprehensive research paper titled “Aquaculture’s Vital Role in Advancing the Sustainable Development Goals: A Comprehensive Overview,” authored by our research team, namely Andrea Borovac, Mercy Jelagat Kipyator, and Baudouin Gosselin.
The paper can be accessed for free here.
Aquaculture presents a unique opportunity for advancing the sustainable development agenda in the Mediterranean region, addressing a range of critical 21st-century challenges. This paper discusses the transversality of aquaculture across economic, environmental, and social themes and its potential to tackle issues such as climate change, and gender equity, with a specific focus on SDGs 1, 2, 5, 10, 13, and 14, within the complex context of the Mediterranean region. It explores the potential of aquaculture to contribute to various aspects of sustainable development, including food security, environmental sustainability, and economic growth, while considering the challenges and controversies associated with the aquaculture industry.
This paper is a valuable resource for policymakers, researchers, and stakeholders interested in the critical role of aquaculture in advancing the Sustainable Development Goals within the Mediterranean region.
Access the full paper HERE.
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