Conserve and Sustainably Use the Oceans, Seas, and Marine Resources

  title={Conserve and Sustainably Use the Oceans, Seas, and Marine Resources},
  author={Michael G. Petterson and Hyeon-Ju Kim and Joel C. Gill},

How to Measure Environmental Performance in Ports

Oceans, seas, and marine resources are highly relevant for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Such relevance has given rise to the blue economy approach, where scholars and policymakers see

Integrated and Consolidated Review of Plastic Waste Management and Bio-Based Biodegradable Plastics: Challenges and Opportunities

Cumulative plastic production worldwide skyrocketed from about 2 million tonnes in 1950 to 8.3 billion tonnes in 2015, with 6.3 billion tonnes (76%) ending up as waste. Of that waste, 79% is either

The Role of Artificial Intelligence Algorithms in Marine Scientific Research

The study of marine science is vital to the survival and development of humanity. On the one hand, the oceans act as a global climate regulator, supplying 70% of oxygen and 87.5% of water vapor to

Responsible Research and Innovation Framework, the Nagoya Protocol and Other European Blue Biotechnology Strategies and Regulations: Gaps Analysis and Recommendations for Increased Knowledge in the Marine Biotechnology Community

The article categorises the identified gaps into five main categories (awareness, understanding, education, implementation, and enforcement of the Nagoya Protocol) and provides recommendations for mitigating them at the European, national, and organisational level.

Environmental and Economic Impacts of Mismanaged Plastics and Measures for Mitigation

The mismanagement of plastic materials has grown to become a mounting global pollution concern that is closely implicated in unsustainable production and consumption paradigms. The ecological,

Economics of Marine Resources in the Global South—Meeting the Challenge of Agenda 2030

Bringing together the challenges of meeting SDG 14 and the contributions of this special issue, an agenda for future research for those interested in the economics analysis of fisheries and aquaculture relevant to the Global South context is discussed.

EDUROVs: A Low Cost and Sustainable Remotely Operated Vehicles Educational Program

Results based on 1–5 Likert scale questions show that both students and teachers consider the program useful to introduce technical and scientific concepts, and the use of low-cost materials and tools that are easy to obtain makes them possible for use in high schools, and science teachers can easily carry out the activity.

International and Domestic Leadership by U.S. States on Ocean Acidification

Reducing global carbon dioxide emissions is the fundamental action required to make progress on climate change and to reduce ocean acidification. Acting on climate this way is acting on

Unimagined Futures – ICT Opportunities and Challenges

This paper provides an overview of the field of data science also showing the main developments, thereby focusing on the growing importance of learning from data, the transfer of tasks from humans to (software) robots, and the risks associated with data science.

The Impact of the Gender Digital Divide on Sustainable Development: Comparative Analysis between the European Union and the Maghreb

Today, the relationship between gender and information and communications technologies (ICTs) is a very important element in achieving sustainable development, since ICTs play a key role in attaining



Interconnected geoscience for international development

Spending in international aid programmes from governments and other agencies represents a >> $100Bn US investment annually. International development and global environmental management greatly

An Overview of Seabed Mining Including the Current State of Development, Environmental Impacts, and Knowledge Gaps

Rising demand for minerals and metals, including for use in the technology sector, has led to a resurgence of interest in exploration of mineral resources located on the seabed. Such resources,