What are the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations?
These development goals are a blueprint set in place to help the world step towards a more sustainable future. The goals are interconnected and configured to tackle global challenges related to poverty, inequality, climate change, environmental degradation, justice, and peace. There are 17 goals with a shared global mission for expected achievement by 2030.
If you’re reading this, then there’s a good chance you care about the environment, even if it’s just a little bit. Otherwise, you wouldn’t have clicked on this page. So, you’re probably already aware that human activities are slowly, but surely, destroying our planet by emitting carbon dioxide into the atmosphere and negatively changing the climate. But, did you also know that our coastal ecosystems provide a natural way of minimizing the harsh effect of these greenhouse gases? Better yet, did you know that mangroves play one of the biggest roles?