For sustainable development, small island developing States must link economic and social management with the ocean

ORANJESTAD – An article (https://rdcu.be/chtQP) published on March 25 2021 in Nature Sustainability is proposing a new structure for Governments and EICD-SIDS Agencies to address the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) based on a particular analysis which is a co-production of an investigation team and the Government of Aruba.

The title of this article is “Aiding ocean development planning with SDG relationships in Small Island Developing States”, and in Papiamento “Yudansa pa planificacion di desaroyo di oceano cu relacionnan di MDS na e Estadonan Insular Chikito den Desaroyo”.

The future of Sustainable Development in the Small Island Developing States (EICD - SIDS) depends on more than just environmental management.

According to a new study, Economic and Social goals are very important for the stimulation of oceanic sustainable development in the Small Island Development State to reach the SDG’s of the United Nations.

You may find more information in the following article; https://rdcu.be/chtQP

The investigation was financed primarily by UNESCO. Other authors were dr. Marck Oduber of UNESCO’s National Commission Aruba, dr. Andrés Cisneros-Montemayor of the Nippon Foundation Ocean Nexus Center and dr. Jorge Ridderstaat of the University of Central Florida.

UNESCO’s National Commission is grateful to Mr. Oduber who was the organizer of this workshop and was also one of the authors of the publication in the renowned magazine Nature Sustainability.

Article - Aiding ocean development planning with SDG relationships in Small Island Developing States

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