The Strategic Needs Necessary for Sustainable Marine Ecology Horizon 2030

Authors : Aishwarya Reddy; Arvind Mukundan

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 8 - August

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DOI : 10.38124/IJISRT20AUG714

The diminishing condition of the marine ecology worldwide, is corroboration to a weak planning of coastal and ocean ecosystems. Therefore, a comprehensive knowledge of the spatial distribution of all the sustainable activities is necessary. Spatial planning is a necessity in many parts of the world for terrestrial environment usage. A Marine Spatial Planning is also based on the same foundation principles as terrestrial planning but with regard to the marine ecosystem. An MSP identifies the important areas of the ocean and puts forward a plan that is sustainable and accepted in harmony. This strategy does not harm the biodiversity in any way and the stakeholders can still use the resources of the ocean without destruction. This article discusses the extremities caused by global warming, anthropological threats that are in need of utmost attention and spatial planning along with its aims, importance and its benefits. Finally, it summarizes with examples from the past and provides with the steps that need to be taken in case an obstacle arises.


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