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A sustainable ocean for all

Please read this article. [A sustainable ocean for all.](https://www.nature.com/articles/s44183-022-00004-4)

Please read the summary below of this article. A sustainable ocean for all. npj Ocean Sustainability is a new interdisciplinary journal focusing on ocean sustainability. It aims to foster research, discussions, and practical solutions for achieving a sustainable ocean.

The journal recognizes the interconnectedness of the ocean and human beings and the need for integrative and transdisciplinary knowledge to address sustainability challenges. It welcomes research from various disciplines and emphasizes the integration of environmental and human dimensions in ocean research and management.

The article highlights the importance of the ocean, its benefits to humanity, and the increasing threats it faces from climate change, resource exploitation, and pollution. It mentions global initiatives such as the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goal 14.

The inaugural issue of the journal includes articles on marine stewardship initiatives, social equity in ocean governance, and ecological impacts of offshore wind energy. The journal encourages research on science-policy-practice interlinkages, transformative solutions, and innovation for ocean sustainability. It also welcomes contributions related to the UN 2030 Agenda and its interconnections with other Sustainable Development Goals.

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  • What is the main objective of npj Ocean Sustainability?
  • What are some of the threats faced by the ocean?
  • What are the key topics covered in the inaugural issue of the journal?
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