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Blue Economy Community Solutions

This publication includes examples from across different continents, ecosystems and cultures, but they all address the priorities of livelihoods and conservation in combination and bring benefits on both fronts. By giving local communities an immediate, concrete stake in the sustainable management of the ocean’s resources, these projects have each secured the local stewardship they need to be a viable, long-term part of the blue economy. 

Year: 2018
Author: UNDP
Keywords: blue economy
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Blue Economy Scoping Study for Dominica

Following the devastating hurricane that struck the island of Dominica in 2017, the Government of Dominica is focusing on the development of a long-term strategy to become the world’s first Climate Resilient country. In this regard, the Government has signalled its desire to integrate the Blue Economy into future resilience building initiatives. The United Nations Development Programme is supporting them in this aspiration and is extending technical support to Dominica to explore options to integrate the blue economy into its broader resilience building activities.This report, prepared on behalf of UNDP, underpins this technical support and represents the first two of three deliverables under the UNDP programme of assistance, namely: a Stocktake; and a National Diagnostic Analysis. The purpose of these outputs is to provide both UNDP and the Government of Dominica with some understanding of the possible opportunities that the blue economy presents. They provide an overview of current context and opportunities, a technical analysis of impediments, and makes recommendations for ways forward.

Year: 2018
Author: Roberts, J.
Keywords: blue economy
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Business Case: Investing in Guyana’s Artisanal Finfish sector

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Year: 2019
Author: FAO/Wilderness Market/CI/CLME+
Keywords: Business Case, Finfish
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C-SAP Endorsements

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Author: CLME PCU
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Caracterización preliminar del estado actual de los arrecifes de la Costa Nordeste de la Provincia Montecristi (Parque Nacional Submarino Montecristi)

Este reporte presenta los resultados preliminares de la evaluación del estado actual de los arrecifes del Parque Nacional Submarino Montecristi, en la provincia de Montecristi, realizada durante los meses junio y julio 2012.  La zona de estudio estuvo comprendida desde Punta Rucia hasta cerca de la vertiente Este del Morro, la cual incluye los espacios del Parque Nacional Submarino Montecristi (PNSM) y áreas aledañas dentro del conjunto de áreas protegidas de la Provincia Montecristi.Los objetivos del trabajo consistieron en evaluar el estado de salud del arrecife, obtener información de línea base para actualizar la Base de Datos Ambientales del Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales (MA) y generar insumos para la fase Diagnóstica y Propuesta de Zonificación del Proyecto Piloto de Manejo y Conservación de la Pesquería y Biodiversidad Arrecifal Parque Nacional Submarino Montecristi (MA- CLME).

Year: 2012
Author: ViceMinisterio de Recursos Costeros y Marinos, Ministerio de Ambiente y Recursos Naturales, Republica Dominicana
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Caribbean Billfish Project – Final Evaluation – Contacts & Documents List

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Author: Caribbean Billfish Project PCU
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Caribbean Billfish Project (CBP) Project Document

The objective of this Caribbean Billfish Project (CBP) is to develop business plans for one or more long-term pilot projects aimed at sustainable management and conservation of billfish within the Western Central Atlantic Ocean. The divergence in value between the commercial and recreational subsectors represents a significant ‘entry point’ and opportunity for conservation and value creation which this project aims to exploit. The completed business plans will incorporate the economic, technical and financial rationale and feasibility to attract investment involving private and public capital.The project also contribute significantly to regional capacity building, information sharing systems and management and conservation planning for billfish. The Executing Agency of this subproject is described as “WECAFC/FAO”.

Year: 2014
Author: FAO WECAFC
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Caribbean Biodiversity Fund (CBF) Partnership Agreements as of 2020

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Year: 2020
Author: CLME+ PCU
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Caribbean Development Bank Borrowing Members as of 2020

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Year: 2020
Author: CLME+ PCU
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Caribbean Fisheries Legal and Institutional Study: Findings of The Comparative Assessment And Country Reports

The study carried out an analysis of the legal and institutional framework of the Caribbean fisheries based on a survey and questionnaire sent to the WECAFC countries. As the region is a complex patchwork of countries the methods of drafting and adopting legislation may vary considerably from one country to another. Legislation exists in all countries for the management of marine capture fisheries at the national level, which included both legal and administrative frameworks, but the legal framework often does not specify a formal management process with identified roles, responsibilities, information needs, and time frames for activity completion and evaluation. This study assessed basic fisheries legislation and institutional frameworks of member countries of the Western Central Atlantic Fishery Commission (WECAFC). Its objective was to provide a baseline comparison of national legal and institutional frameworks for fisheries management and to identify the extent to which national legal and institutional frameworks provide a suitable foundation for the regulation of commercial and recreational/sport fishing and the conservation of billfish resources in the region, including through the use of rightsbased approaches.

Year: 2016
Author: Leria, C.
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