Responsible Production and Consumption


With fishing tools becoming more and more effective, fishing activities across the globe are more intensive than ever. To maximise their profit, fishermen often go beyond what is environmentally sustainable. Fish populations cannot recover fast enough and in turn the sea’s natural resources are becoming depleted.

Sustainable fishing is the act of using fishing tools that minimize the impact on marine habitats and endangered species, as well as conserving the resources that are so important to human life.


“Develop and implement tools to monitor sustainable development impacts for sustainable tourism that creates jobs and promotes local culture and products” – #Envision2030

Tourism will never be completely sustainable as every industry has its impact, but it can work towards reducing the negative effects on the enviornment.



– Give, the right way.

– Say no to plastic.

– Research your tour operators.

– Support the true local economy.

– Never buy wildlife products—period.


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Author: chaunguyen

I'm a Vietnamese student and I'm currently studying in the Netherlands major in Business Communication Keen on how to live sustainable, I'm interested in anthropology, sciences and arts. My purpose is to spread the awareness about Sustainable and how to live more sustainability