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Case Study on Shrimp and Groundfish Fishery: Guyana
This is the report of the national consultation organized by the Ministry of Agriculture of Guyana, in collaboration with FAO and the Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism (CRFM), held in Georgetown, Guyana, on 18 September 2012. The report contains a summary of the discussions held during the national consultation, the results of a scoping exercise that was carried out by the participants, the baseline report that was discussed and agreed upon by the stakeholders, as well as the results of the preliminary meetings that were held prior to the national consultation.
Case Study On The Shared Stocks Of The Shrimp And Ground Fishery Of The Guianias – Brazil Shelf Stakeholder and Institutional Analysis CLME Case Study on shrimp and groundfish.Report No. 3
FAO implemented a “Case Study on Shared Stocks of the Shrimp and Groundfish Fishery of the Guianas-Brazil Shelf” (UNGF/INT/001/OPS) between July 2011 and February 2013, with six participating countries (Brazil, French Guiana (EU/France), Guyana, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago and Venezuela). The purpose of the case study on Shared Stocks of the Shrimp and Groundfish Fishery of the Guianas-Brazil Shelf was to fill knowledge gaps, contribute to the final CLMETransboundary DiagnosticAnalysis and to the Strategic Action Programme (SAP), with priority actions to be undertaken to ensure the sustainability of the shrimp and groundfish fisheries.
Catalysing Ocean Finance – Volume I Transforming Markets to Restore and Protect the Global Ocean
The world’s oceans and coastal areas are an integral part of life on earth. They are the source of a variety of essential goods and services – including food, transport, oil, gas, and minerals, to name but a few, and also deliver vital ecosystem services such as climate regulation and oxygen production. This publication - Catalysing Ocean Finance - demonstrates that, far from being an intractable problem, sustainable ocean management could become a successful legacy of today’s generation of decision-makers. It shows how the challenges facing the ocean stem from widely understood market and policy failures - failures which can be addressed through the application of appropriate mixes of market and policy instruments.
Chapter 7: Coastal and Marine Resources
The coastal and marine resources in the CARICOM region are of critical importance. As most of the Member States are either small-island or low-lying coastal states, the issues affecting them are similar in nature, though different in magnitude
Characterization Form for Defining the Costs and Benefits of Domestic Wastewater Management
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Cifras y Datos, Las Aguas Residuales El recurso Desaprovechado – Informe Mundial sobre el Desarrollo de Los Reecursos Hídricos de las Naciones Unidas 2017
Este Documento muestra cifras y datos en modo de gráficas, con el propósito de exponer la importancia que tienen las aguas residuales en la economía de las regiones y del modo en que estas son empleadas como instrumento de aprovechamiento económico, resalta también la forma en que estas influyen en el medio ambiente y la salud para la población en general.
Climate Action Summit 2019 a Race we Can Win – Compendium of Contributions Nature-Based Solutions
In preparing for the 23 September 2019 Climate Action Summit called by the United Nations Secretary-General, the Nature-Based Solutions (NBS) Coalition put out a global call for initiatives on how NBS can be enhanced and scaled-up. More than 180 proposals were received and have been posted online in advance of the Summit. The purpose of this compendium is to share a summary of initiatives and best practices received from the global call. The NBS coalition co-leads, China and New Zealand, drew on the proposals to build the NBS for Climate Manifesto below in order to articulate the value and rationale for implementing NBS.
CLME Case Study on shrimp and groundfish
Case Study On Shared Stocks Of The Shrimp And Groundfish Fishery Of The Guianas-Brazil Shelf. Regional training workshop on facilitation, Port of Spain, 11-15 July 2011. The training workshop was led by the Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI); it was attended by representatives from Brazil, Guyana, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, FAO, the Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism (CRFM) and the Centre for Resource Management and Environmental Studies (CERMES). The workshop was designed to be participatory and interactive and to maximize opportunities for peer learning.
CLME Case Study on the Shrimp and Groundfish Fishery: Trinidad & Tobago
This is the report of the national consultation organized by the Fisheries Division of the Ministry of Food Production of Trinidad and Tobago, in collaboration with FAO and the Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism (CRFM), held in Chaguanas, Trinidad on 12 September 2012. The report contains a summary of the discussions held during the national consultation, the results of a scoping exercise that was carried out by the participants, as well as the baseline report that was discussed and agreed upon by the stakeholders.
CLME Causal Chain Analysis Diagram Pollution Continental Shelf
This document contains a Causal Chain Analysis (CCA) diagram illustrating causal links for pollution of the Continental Shelf Ecosystems, with examples of root causes and impacts.