- climate change
- sustainable development goals
- united nations
Tēnaka & the Sustainable Development Goals
Read how Tēnaka is contributing to the Sustainable Development Goals developed by the United Nations.
The SDGs: a common framework to mitigate the climate crisis
The Sustainable Development Goals, or SDGs, have been implemented by the Paris Climate Accords in 2015. Their aim is to provide a common framework for countries, companies, public organizations and individuals to achieve sustainability. In total, there are 17 SDGs, all representing a key area of action.
What SDGs does Tēnaka address?
We address social goals
Firstly, as a social enterprise, we address social and economic goals. These goals aims at building sustainable communities and consumption schemes.
In other words, restoring marine habitats provide key benefits for local communities. It helps securing jobs, food security and livelihood.
As well as environmental goals
Secondly, Tēnaka addresses environmental goals by restoring the Ocean. Our actions rewild underwater biodiversity and preserve species on the long run.
In addition, they help mitigating the climate crisis by preserving the biggest carbon sinks of our planet.
Finally, we address the latest SDG n°17 by building partnerships between businesses, local communities, NGOs and scientists.
Focus on SDG 14: preserving the Ocean
The 14th Sustainable Development Goals is dedicated to the Ocean. Therefore, it is a key goal addressed by Tēnaka.
More precisely, SDG 14 aims at “conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development”.
Through our actions, we restore and preserve critical marine life. Moreover, we also support the implementation of Marine Protected Areas. Finally, we fund direct actions to reduce marine pollution.