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Tipología y plazos para la implementación de las Acciones del PAE del CLME+

Anexo 2 del PAE del CLME+ presenta en forma tabular las 6 Estrategias, 4 Sub-Estrategias y 76 Acciones Prioritarias, junto con sus plazos de implementacion (corto y mediano plazo).

Year: 2013
Author: CLME Project
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ToR Deep Sea Fisheries Management Working Group

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Author: FAO WECAFC
Keywords: Deep Sea Fisheries
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ToR Flyingfish

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Author: FAO WECAFC
Keywords: Flyingfish
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ToR ILLEGAL, UNREPORTED AND UNREGULATED FISHING (RWG-IUU) 2019

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Year: 2018
Author: FAO WECAFC
Keywords: IUU fishing
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ToR Recreational Fisheries

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Year: 2017
Author: FAO WECAFC
Keywords: Recreational Fisheries
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ToR WORKING GROUP ON CARIBBEAN SPINY LOBSTER (2019)

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Author: FAO WECAFC
Keywords: spiny lobster, Working Group
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TORs of WECAFC-CRFM-OSPESCA – Fisheries Data and Statistics Working Group (FDS WG) 2019

CRFM, OSPESCA and WECAFC, in January 2016, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to facilitate, support and strengthen the coordination of actions among the three RFBs to increase the sustainability of fisheries. WECAFC in its 16th session held in Guadeloupe, France, 20-24 June 2016 agreed to establish a working group for fisheries data and statistics matters (FDS WG), based on the ongoing work of the WECAFC-FIRMS partnership and in support of the development of a regional database in collaboration with the Members and partners in the region. The aim of the envisioned FDS working group was to strengthen collaboration on fisheries data and statistics matters among the three regional fisheries bodies. The European Commission General Directorate for Fisheries (DG MARE) agreed to support financially the organization of the first meeting of the FDS WG in the context of the WECAFC-FIRMS project phase II.

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Author: FAO WECAFC
Keywords: governance
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Tourism in the Caribbean Region (2010-2011)

Tourism is the Caribbean's newest industry, particularly across the islands of the Archipelago. It has developed uninterrupted over the past thirty years, and since the 1990s has brought periods of continuous growth to many small island communities. Along the mainland coast, wherever tourism has been developed, the numbers involved have proved much greater than on the islands. Nevertheless, for several Caribbean islands, tourism represents the most important economic activity. This map contains an illustrative explanation on how tourism behavior in the Caribbean.

Year: 2010
Author: AREC
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Toward a Blue Economy: A Promise for Sustainable Growth in the Caribbean

This report attempts to quantify the current ocean economy in the region and summarize projections about where we may find new pockets of sustainable growth, and define the blue economy concepts and possible policy responses that might better align economic growth and environmental health in the Caribbean.

Year: 2016
Author: Patil, P.G., Virdin, J., Diez, S.M., Roberts, J., Singh, A.
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Towards Marine Ecosystem-based Management in the Wider Caribbean

Abstract: In order to ensure sustainable use of their shared marine resources, the nations of the West Caribbean Region must adopt an approach that encompasses both the human and natural dimensions of ecosystems. This volume directly contributes to that vision, bringing together the collective knowledge and experience of scholars and practitioners within the wider Caribbean to assemble a road map towards marine ecosystem based management for the region. The research presented here will be used not only as a training tool for graduate students, but also as comparative example and guide for stakeholders and policy makers in each of the world’s sixty-four large marine ecosystems.

Year: 2011
Author: Fanning, Lucia / Mahon, Robin / McConney, Patrick / Verhart, L.
Keywords: EAF, EBM, governance, Large Marine Ecosystems, LME
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