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What's Happening? - SDG 14. Life Below Water

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"And the sand-castle virtues are all swept away
In the tidal destruction, the moral melee..."
- from Thick As A Brick, Jethro Tull

 

This evolving paper examines progress in trying to achieve SDG 14. Life Below Water.

 

WHAT TRENDS ARE WE SEEING?

The oceans are in turmoil, but unfortunately most of it is out of sight and therefore out of mind. In Commodifying the Oceans, Environmental sociologist Stefano Longo explored the multiple threats to the oceans, from overfishing to coral reef collapse to ocean acidification.

What's Changing? - Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
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Halcyon Impacts 5 November 2017

This evolving report examines key developments around the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs).

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WHAT ARE THE SDGs?

52 Issues - Ageing

 

Halcyon provides you with key new ageing-related content from businesses, media, governments, thinktanks, academia and futurists. Please contact us to help you answer the following questions: what’s going on, what might come next, why should you care and what can you do about it?

On Samhain

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A beautiful seasonal quote from the inspiring Damh the Bard.

"It’s nearly here...the major Sabbat of Samhain will arrive, bringing with it dark evenings and opening the door to the cold of Winter. Lanterns will be lit and placed in windows. Faerie Bells will ring and doors and windows will be opened to allow the spirits of those departed back inside, to share a meal, so we may remember them. Photographs of loved ones will be placed on altars next to the slowly drifting smoke of incense, tears will be shed, and smiles will be shared. Candle flame will be caught in the reflecting water of the cauldron, and Journeys will be taken. Magic will be cast, and the names of those gone before across the bridge into the Otherworld, and the many more lives that lay beyond, will be spoken into the wind, letting them know that they are never forgotten."