“The two SDGs that look at the broader ecosystem divide it into Life Below Water, and Life on Land. The oceans, and the rivers and watersheds that link to them, are the largest part of our ecosystem. 40% of the world’s population lives within 100km of the coast, and we all rely – directly or indirectly – on the sea.”

THE Impact Rankings Methodology 2023, p. 131

Supporting aquatic ecosystems through education

Fresh-water ecosystems

Sustainable fisheries

Overfishing etc.

Supporting aquatic ecosystems through action

Conservation and sustainable utilisation of the oceans

Food from aquatic ecosystems

Maintain ecosystems and their biodiversity

Technology towards aquatic ecosystem damage prevention

Water sensitive waste disposal

Water discharge guidelines and standards

Action plan to reducing plastic waste

FEB UI has an action plan to reduce plastic waste on campus by campaigning for the use of tumblers and providing access to drink in every corner of the campus.

Publikasi penggunaan tumbler dan dispenser (ID)

Reducing marine pollution

Maintaining a local ecosystem

Minimizing alteration of aquatic ecosystems

Monitoring the health of aquatic ecosystems

Programs towards good aquatic stewardship practices

Collaboration for shared aquatic ecosystems

Watershed management strategy


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