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Caribbean Large Marine Ecosystem (CLME) Project – Final Report of The Project Concept/TDA Synthesis Workshop Knutsford Court Hotel, Kingston, Jamaica February 28 – March 3, 2007

The main purpose of the CLME Project Concept/TDA Synthesis Technical Workshop was to develop the technical components of the draft Full-Sized Project (FSP) document for review and endorsement by the CLME Steering Committee and other project partners and the subsequent submission to the GEF.

Year: 2007
Author: CLME PCU
Keywords: Large Marine Ecosystems, LME
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Caribbean Large Marine Ecosystem (CLME) Project – REPORT OF THE TDA/SAP TRAINING WORKSHOP AND KICK-OFF SESSION UN HOUSE, HASTINGS, BARBADOS OCTOBER 23 – NOVEMBER 1, 2006

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Year: 2006
Author: CLME PCU
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Caribbean Large Marine Ecosystem (CLME) Project – THE CARIBBEAN LARGE MARINE ECOSYSTEM (CLME) GOVERNANCE FRAMEWORK AND THE STRUCTURE OF THE CLME PROJECT

This paper has been prepared to provide stakeholders and potential partners with an overview of how the CLME Project is developing. It aims to inform them so that they can best determine how to interact with the project to enhance its effectiveness and to benefit from it by making best use of what it offers for achieving their own aims.

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Author: CLME PCU/ CERMES
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Caribbean Large Marine Ecosystem (CLME) Project Results from the preliminary Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis (TDA)

Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis (TDA): - Is a scientific and technical fact-finding analysis - It should be an objective assessment and not a negotiated document - It acts as a diagnostic tool for measuring the effectiveness of SAP implementation

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Author: Fanning, L., Mahon, R., Simmons, B., and McConney, P.,
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Caribbean Large Marine Ecosystem Project Brief

This Document is makes a brief description of The Caribbean Large Marine Ecosystem and Adjacent Regions (CLME). This is Project is a 4 year Global Environment Facility (GEF) intervention, which officially started in May 2009. The Project Implementing Agency is the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in partnership with IOC of UNESCO. The Executing Agency is the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS). The project is administered from a small Project Coordination Unit (CLME PCU) located in the offices of IOCARIBE, IOC of UNESCO, in Cartagena, Colombia. Project partners include 23 GEF-eligible countries, 2 associated countries and a considerable number of organizations from the region. The CLME Project assists countries of the wider Caribbean to improve the regional governance & management of shared Living Marine Resources (sLMR) - most of which are considered to be fully or over exploited. In order to do so, the project follows the standard GEF approach under the “International Waters” Focal Area, which consists of the preparation, and regional and national-level endorsement, of a Strategic Action Programme (SAP).

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Author: CLME PCU
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Caribbean Marine Atlas Project Phase 2

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Year: 2020
Author: CLME+ PCU
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Caribbean Network of Fisherfolk Organizations (CNFO)

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Year: 2020
Author: CLME+ PCU
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Caribbean Regional Oceanscape Project (CROP) Participating Countries

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Year: 2019
Author: CLME+ PCU
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Caribbean Sea Ecosystem Assessment

This assessment will attempt to contribute to the scientific basis of the decision-making framework in which policy and management decisions are taken and governance arrangements designed.The assessment will also establish a consolidated baseline of data and analysis relating to the condition of the Caribbean Sea, for use in periodic monitoring. It will also serve as an example of an approach to integrated assessment of ecosystems, and to inter-governmental/civic society/academic collaboration.

Year: 2006
Author: University of West Indies
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Caribbean Sea Large Marine Ecosystem – Sustainable Management of The Shared Marine Resources of The Caribbean Large Marine Ecosystem and Adjacent Regions

The CLME project responds to the need cited by key decision-makers for attention to the management of shared marine resources in the Caribbean LME and adjacent regions and the call to provide mechanisms facilitating informed decision-making. Typically, the LME approach includes five modules that focus on different aspects of the ecosystem: (1) productivity, (2) fish and fisheries, (3) pollution and ecosystem health, (4) socio-economics, and (5) Governance.

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Author: CERMES
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