Lung fish.

一条叫发展的鱼

日内瓦—刚刚实施的可持续发展目标(SDG)预示着全球发展新时代的开始,这个时代有望以人民、地球、繁荣、和平和合作的名义改变世界。但前途和努力之间差着十万八千里。而尽管全球宣言十分重要——它们强调融资、引导政治意愿——但今天的承诺过去也曾做出过。

事实上,SDG能否成功在很大程度上取决于它们如何影响其他国际谈判,特别是最复杂、争议性最强的谈判。一个早期考验是全球海洋委员会(Global Ocean Commission)积极推动的目标:“保护和可持续地利用海洋和海洋资源为可持续发展服务。”

12月,全球政治领袖将在内罗毕出席第十届世界贸易组织部长级会议,届时他们将有机会推进这一目标的一个最重要的次级目标(target):在2020年前禁止助长过度捕捞和非法的、不报告的和不受监管的捕捞的补贴。

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