Sustainable Development Goal 14 - Life Below Water

"Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development" : The Blue Pacific continent contains and supports the most extensive and diverse coral reefs in the world, the largest tuna fishery, the deepest oceanic trenches and the healthiest and in some cases, largest remaining populations of many globally threatened species such as whales and dolphins, sea turtles, dugongs, sharks and stingrays; Goal 14 will monitor regional efforts in integrated and sustainable ocean management and conservation, adaptation, mitigation and biodiversity activities.

Data and Resources

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  • Index of coastal eutrophication and floating plastic debris density (14.1.1)
  • Proportion of national exclusive economic zones managed using ecosystem-based approaches (14.2.1)
  • Average marine acidity (pH) measured at agreed suite of representative sampling stations (14.3.1)
  • Fish stocks fully exploited (14.4.1)
  • Fish stocks not fully exploited (14.4.1)
  • Fish stocks overexploited (14.4.1)
  • Fish stocks within biologically sustainable levels (not overexploited) (14.4.1)
  • Protected area coverage for marine (Economic Exclusion Zones) (14.5.1)
  • Protected marine area (Economic Exclusion Zones) (14.5.1)
  • Marine area (Economic Exclusion Zones) (14.5.1)
  • Protected area coverage for marine (Key Biodiversity Area) (14.5.1)
  • Progress by countries aiming to combat illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing (14.6.1)
  • Sustainable fisheries as a proportion of GDP (14.7.1)
  • Proportion of total research budget allocated to research in the field of marine technology (14.a.1)
  • Progress by countries to recognise and protect access rights for small-scale fisheries (14.b.1)
Version 1.0
DCAT Type dataset
Source
Publisher Name SPC
Topic Official Statistics