Successful disaster risk reduction requires both top-down, institutional changes and strategies and bottom-up, local, community-based approaches.
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To protect the Arctic, stronger and broader local, national, and international measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions must be implemented.
Dumping waste not only threatens the ocean we know, but also the 80% of the ocean that has yet to be explored.
Rethinking and revamping transportation in the post-COVID era could address many economic, social, and environmental challenges.
A regional approach to the oceans can accelerate cooperation in ways that would be more challenging at the global level.
Small island developing states are particularly vulnerable to climate change, natural disasters, and external economic shocks.
The UN had at least two clear purposes in convening the Sustainable Development Summit―to adopt its development agenda for the next 15 years, the “2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development,” and to demonstrate that all countries are committed to its implementation.