To Achieve a Sustainable Blue Future, Progress Assessments Must Include Interdependencies between the Sustainable Development Goals

  title={To Achieve a Sustainable Blue Future, Progress Assessments Must Include Interdependencies between the Sustainable Development Goals},
  author={Kirsty L. Nash and Jessica L. Blythe and Christopher Cvitanovic and Elizabeth A. Fulton and Benjamin S. Halpern and Eleanor Jane Milner‐Gulland and Prue F. E. Addison and Gretta T. Pecl and Reg A. Watson and Julia L. Blanchard},
  journal={One Earth},

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