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[Ambassador report] Marine threat call for "EXHORTATION"

by SANDIP PAUDEL | 23-11-2019 00:22 Comments 5 Comments recommendations 0 recommendations


As being terrestrial being, we can see, analyse and work out for the everything that happens on the land. But who is there to care and concern those organisms lying below the water? None other than human are left with this opportunity to maintain the marine ecosystem and sustain the life of the plants, animal lying there inside water. We mine of problem ariser and we gotta the power to solve, simplify that problem. We must be part of solution neither of the pollution.

After the origin of earth, by natural phenomenon there is no plastic-overruling the sea, land as of now, no such kind of pollution exists. Where all these thing comes from? There is only  one answer i.e. activities of human. Development, urbanization, industrialization, is need of 21st century, but in name of these, people started playing with health of nature, health of earth, health of aquatic life. They are focused on making money at any cost no matter there would leave fatal outcome in environment, health of an organisms, ecosystem. People runs after money, bloody sick people, destroying their natural house in name of constructing their artificial and luxury purpose.

SDG Goal no. 14 briefly describe about the present status and concern need of planning, implementation to secure the life below water and maintain the marine ecosystem. Sustainable utilization, consumption of the marine resource of ocean, stream, seas and preservation falls under the goal. We are well known and familiarize with the cause of the problem hindering the aquatic life and marine ecosystem, today I will present with some magical remedies to control this fatal disease.


        1) Every kind of waste, including chemical waste must be ban, prohibited to discharged in the water source.

2)      Leaching must be stopped.

3)      Land linked pollution should take break.

4)      Reinstallation, reconstruction, rehabilitation, management, secure the sea zone.

5)      Extend the scientific discipline to diminish the acidification of the water

6)      Control of the illegal, uncontrolled, without prior information, overfishing, and killing of aquatic life.

7)      Formulation and implementation of the national and international oversea laws and

8)      Minimum conservation area of sea and seashore  upto 10% near the country bounder can help a lot.

9)      Provision and promotion of aquaculture,  integrated farming, pisciculture, tourism on Island of developing countries, least developed country

10)  Emphasis fishing practice based on traditional method to control over fishing.

11)  Upgrade and standeralized marine status, marine biological diversity

12)  Transfer of marine technologies, dissemination of scientific research, knowledge, and exchange experience.

     Be wise, act wise, imprint wise, replicate goodness.


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Hyeongmin Mentor

  • Hyeongmin Mentor says :
    Hello Sandip

    I strongly agree with the beginning part of your report. Many people are concerned about the preservation of the land environment, but not as many people seem to be interested in preserving the marine environment. Partially it is reasonable since most of the people continue their lives on land. But learning about the importance and huge role of marine life, it is certainly not negligible and should be taken into consideration. And I think some of the solutions you provided can work effectively.

    Thank you for the great report.

    Keep up the great work.
    Posted 28-11-2019 14:06

Lisa Mentor

  • Lisa Mentor says :
    Hey Sandip,
    it's Lisa your mentor.

    Thanks for naming some practical ways through which we can achieve SDG 14. Among them, I would like to elaborate on the 6th way that you have stated about the killing of marine life. I am sure that many of us are aware of animal killing and abuse just for the sake of entertainment and they are often committed in the name of 'tradition' and 'festival'. Whale slaughtering event in Faroe Island has shocked many of us in the world, yet there hasn't bee much done to stop that. This is just one single example and I bet that there are other many similar events going on.
    We have to stop this.
    Preserving the habitat of marine life is important but protecting them is critical as well.

    I enjoyed reading your report and thank you always for your contribution to this community.

    Posted 26-11-2019 15:14

Kushal Naharki

  • Kushal Naharki says :
    Hello Sandip

    I do hope that you are fine and doing great with your works.
    Thank you for your report about Marine threat call for 'EXHORTATION'

    Green Cheers from Nepal :)
    Keep writing great reports.
    We are eager to read more reports from you.

    Kushal Naharki

    Posted 26-11-2019 00:49

Sagar  Koirala

  • Sagar Koirala says :
    Hello Sandip ,
    Nice Report .We must conserve Marine Ecosystem .

    Sagar Koirala
    Posted 23-11-2019 13:43

Meena Pandey

  • Meena Pandey says :
    Hello !!
    I hope you are fine and doing great.

    I really enjoyed reading yours report.
    Keep writing and shining.

    Warm regards,
    Posted 23-11-2019 02:59

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