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Governance arrangements for marine ecosystems of the Wider Caribbean Region

The Regional Governance Framework (RGF) proposed in this report has evolved over the duration of the CLME Project, through interaction with regional stakeholder organizations. Much of the conceptual basis for the framework was developed and accepted by the countries and regional organizational that stage.  What is presented here takes the concepts to the next stage of an actual framework addressing actual issues and identifying organizations and the roles that they would play in the framework. What is presented here is based on assessment and consultation with key partner organizations and is viewed as a consensus to be proposed to the countries for adoption rather than a set of options among which the regional organizations and countries must decide.

Year:2013
Author:Robin Mahon, Alexcia Cooke, Lucia Fanning and Patrick McConney for the CLME Project
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Governance assessment methodology for CLME pilot projects and case studies

This document offers a detailed explanation on Governance assessment methodology for CLME pilot projects and case studies.

Year:2012
Author:CERMES for the CLME Project
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Guidelines for applying the IUCN protected area management categories to marine protected areas

The development of this second edition of these guidelines was in part a response to evidence of the widespread incorrect application of the categories to marine protected areas (MPAs). Marine management and sustainable fisheries management are critical elements of good oceans management, but are not the same as protected areas management, where the primary focus is conservation of nature. The primary purpose of these supplementary guidelines is to increase the accuracy and consistency of assignment and reporting of the IUCN categories when applied to marine and coastal protected areas. These supplementary marine guidelines are aimed at ensuring that the IUCN categories can be effectively applied to all types of MPAs as well as to any marine components of adjoining terrestrial protected areas, provided a site meets the IUCN definition of a protected area.

Year:2019
Author:Day, J., Dudley, N., Hockings, M., Holmes, G., Laffoley, D., Stolton, S., Wells, S. and Wenzel, L.
Keywords: fisheries, marine habitats
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Information Booklet – Consultancy on a Permanent Coordination Mechanism & Sustainable Financing for Ocean Governance

This brochure presents the background, objective and methodology of the consultancy Options for a Permanent Policy Coordination Mechanism and a Sustainable Financing Plan for Ocean Governance in the CLME+ Region, which is being implemented between November 2017 and April 2020.

It emphasizes on the importance and benefits of a Permanent Policy Coordination Mechanism and Sustainable Financing Plan for all stakeholders of the CLME+ region. The information provided in this brochure aims to raise awareness and provide information for meaningful participation in strengthening ocean governance in the CLME+ region.

Year:2018
Author:CAD
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Information Booklet on the CLME+ Strategic Action Programme (CLME+ SAP)

This booklet provides a quick overview of the context, objectives and scope of the Strategic Action Programme for the Sustainable Management of the shared Living Marine Resources in the Caribbean and the North Brazil Shelf Large Marine Ecosystems (CLME+ region). It also highlights why each of us can and should be involved in ensuring the good health of these unique ecosystems, and why achieving this is so important for human societies and the global environment. This 10-year Strategic Action Programme (2015-2025), called the CLME+ SAP, was developed under the CLME Project (2009-2014).

Year:2017
Author:CLME+ PCU
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Information Leaflet on the 10-year CLME+ Strategic Action Programme (SAP) and 5-year UNDP/GEF Project

This document contains information on the CLME+ SAP: A 10-year Strategic Action Programme (SAP) for the sustainable management of shared Living Marine Resources in the Caribbean and North Brazil Shelf Large Marine Ecosystems (CLME+ region) and the UNDP/GEF CLME+ Project: “Catalysing Implementation of the SAP for the sustainable management of shared Living Marine Resources in the CLME+ region”.

Year:2017
Author:CLME+ PCU
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Informe técnico de flora y vegetación de la Zona Costera de Montecristi

Este estudio forma parte del proyecto Piloto Manejo y Conservación de la Pesquería y Biodiversidad Arrecifal de la Provincia Montecristi, República Dominicana.  La provincia Montecristi, como toda provincia costera tiene interés científico y económico, debido a las características de sus costas, por la presencia de playas de arenas aún sin deterioro, lo cual atrae el interés de sectores de desarrollo, como el turismo. Otras actividades de interés en su costa lo constituyen la pesca y la producción de sal.

El presente documento contiene una evaluación de la vegetación y la flora en el entorno de la franja costera de la Provincia de Monte Cristi, en el tramo entre Manzanillo y Buen Hombre. Abarca las formaciones existentes desde el litoral hasta aproximadamente 200 metros hacia el interior. Se evaluan 12 lugares en las siguientes zonas: Área de Laguna Saladilla; Fondo de Manglares en Manzanillo; Bahía de Manzanillo, donde inician las dunas; Loma Atravesada; Playa Popa hacia Buen Hombre; entrada a la laguna costera cerrada; Punta Bucán, área de saladares; Playa Bucán, playita cercana a La Bomba; Playa La Granja; Costa Verde, Juan de Bolaños; desembocadura del Yaque del Norte; Caño Las Mujeres y acantilado.

Year:2012
Author:ViceMinisterio de Recursos Costeros y Marinos, Ministerio de Ambiente y Recursos Naturales, Republica Dominicana
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Informe técnico sobre la caracterización de la Costa Rocosa en la Provincia de Montecristi

El Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales, a través del Viceministerio de Recursos Costeros y Marinos, está inmerso en la caracterización y actualización de la información existente de la zona costero-marina de la provincia de Montecristi, mediante una revisión bibliográfica de las informaciones disponibles, y su posterior verificación con viajes de campo y georeferenciación con coordenadas. Esto último fue precisamente el objetivo del presente trabajo, el cual contiene una  caracterización el litoral rocoso de la zona costera de la provincia de Montecristi, elaborado mediante viajes de campo, en el área comprendida entre El Morro y los límites políticos al Este de la provincia.

Year:2012
Author:ViceMinisterio de Recursos Costeros y Marinos, Ministerio de Ambiente y Recursos Naturales, Republica Dominicana
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Integrated and Sustainable Management of Transboundary Water Resources in the Amazon River Basin Considering Climate Variability and Change Project Document

The goal of this project is to strengthen the institutional framework for planning and executing, in a coordinated and coherent manner, activities for the protection and sustainable management of the land and water resources of the Amazon River Basin in the face of ongoing climatic changes being experienced in the Basin. The proposed project endeavors to realize a shared vision for the sustainable development of the region, based upon the protection and integrated management of transboundary water resources and adaptation to climatic changes. This specific project or PDF-B represents the preparatory phase, which will primarily build a common vision, formulate a framework TDA for the basin as a whole as well as a project brief for the next phase through a comprehensive public participation process.

Year:2010
Author:UNEP
Keywords: UNEP CEP
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Integrated Ridge to Reef Management of the Mesoamerican Reef Ecoregion (MAR2R) Project Document

The MAR2R project aims to create the enabling conditions necessary to bring the key regional, national and local actors along the ridge to reef continuum to collaborate and manage the freshwater, coastal and marine resources of the MAR. The project seeks to consolidate regional coordination and capacities for a harmonized approach to the management of the ecoregion via the strengthening of CCAD to lead and bring together the environmental authorities of the four MAR countries towards a common goal. The project goal is to contribute to the conservation and sustainable use of shared freshwater, coastal and marine resources of the transboundary MAR ecoregion by implementing the ridge to reef approach and hence securing sustainable economic benefits and livelihoods for the countries and their communities

Year:2016
Author:CCAD
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