PIMS 2193 - Sustainable Management of the Shared Living Marine Resources of the Caribbean Large Marine Ecosystem (CLME) and Adjacent Regions - CLME+ HUB

CLME    PIMS 2193 - Sustainable Management of the Shared Living Marine Resources of the Caribbean Large Marine Ecosystem (CLME) and Adjacent Regions verify


Brief Description:
A preliminary Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis (TDA) identified three priority transboundary problems that affect the Caribbean Large Marine Ecosystem (CLME) and Adjacent Regions: 鈥 Unsustainable exploitation of fish and other living marine resources 鈥 Habitat degradation and community modification 鈥 Pollution The final TDAs prepared under the full-sized CLME Project serve as the scientific basis for the development of an agreed program of interventions (called 鈥淪AP鈥), which may include policy, legal and institutional reforms, conservation measures and pollution control. This Strategic Action Programme (SAP) will document the shared, and commonly-agreed upon vision of the countries participating in the CLME Project with regard to the priority interventions, reforms, and investments that are required to ensure the sustainable provision of goods and services from living marine resources in the Wider Caribbean Region (WCR). More specifically, the CLME Project will facilitate the strengthening of the governance of key fishery ecosystems in the WCR, at the regional, sub-regional and national levels. For this purpose, CLME will give particular attention to the strengthening of horizontal and vertical (technical and political) linkages between existing structures. To assist this process, the project will create an integrated Information Management System (IMS), bringing together congruent fisheries, biological, pollution, and socio-economic data and information as a powerful management tool. Similarly, a framework for periodic monitoring and evaluation of progress towards the achievement of the CLME goals and objectives will be developed.

La visi贸n de la intervenci贸n del GEF ser谩 la de asistir a los pa铆ses del Caribe, por medio de un enfoque a nivel de ecosistema, para mejorar el manejo de sus recursos marinos vivos compartidos; la mayor铆a de los cuales se considera est谩n completamente explotados o sobre-explotados. Un An谩lisis de Diagn贸stico Transfronterizo preliminar (TDA por sus siglas en ingl茅s) identific贸 tres problemas transfronterizos prioritarios que afectan el Gran Ecosistema Marino del Caribe (GEM Caribe): la explotaci贸n insostenible del recurso pesquero y otros recursos vivos, la degradaci贸n del h谩bitat y las modificaciones y contaminaci贸n de las comunidades. El ADT final proporcionar谩 la base cient铆fica para el desarrollo un progarama de intervenciones, incluyendo reformas en pesquer铆a, medidas de conservaci贸n y control de la contaminaci贸n. Un Programa de Acci贸n Estrat茅gica (PAE) con una visi贸n compartida para el GEM Caribe se desarrollar谩 y se llegar谩 a un acuerdo en cuanto a las intervenciones, reformas e inversiones prioritarias requeridas. El proyecto propuesto facilitar谩 el fortalecimiento de la gobernabilidad de las pesquer铆as en el Caribe, a nivel regional, sub-regional y nacional, trabajando a trav茅s de estructuras existentes, fortaleciendo v铆nculos horizontales y verticales tanto en el 谩mbito pol铆tico como en el t茅cnico. Para apoyar este proceso, el proyecto crear谩 un sistema integrado de manejo de informaci贸n, que compilar谩 datos e informaci贸n armonizada biol贸gica, sociol贸gica, de pesquer铆as y de contaminaci贸n como una poderosa herramienta de gesti贸n. Igualmente, se desarrollar谩 un marco de monitoreo y evaluaci贸n, y un Programa de Monitoreo Ambiental Regional. Proyectos piloto de pesquer铆as transfronterizas espec铆ficas (langosta espinosa y peces de arrecife) revisar谩n los modelos de gobernabilidad a nivel local, nacional y sub-regional, y proveer谩n conocimiento adicional en materia de la aplicaci贸n de enfoques con base en ecosistema al manejo de las pesquer铆as y la evaluaci贸n aspectos importantes socioecon贸micos de las pesquer铆as.
Lead Organization : UNDP
Donor: GEF
Project ID: 00060566
Geographic Scope: Multicountry (regional)
Project Status: Completed
   Last Update: 12/03/2020

Start Date: 2009-05-01
End Date: 2014-07-31
Official Project Document: CLME-TE-FINAL180713.pdf
Project Profile Manager: Patrick Debels
Contact Email: patrickd@unops.org
Contact Phone: +57 5 664 82 92 ext 106
Partners: UNEP, FAO, UNESCO, OSPESCA, CRFM, CERMES
Grant (USD): $7,008,116.00
Total co-financing (USD): $47,591,111.00
(Co) financing not originating from GEF:
Participating Country(s):
 Antigua and Barbuda  Bahamas  Barbados  Belize  Brazil  Colombia  Costa Rica  Dominica  Dominican Republic  Grenada  Guatemala  Guyana  Haiti  Honduras  Jamaica  Mexico  Nicaragua  Panama  Saint Kitts and Nevis  Saint Lucia  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines  Suriname  Trinidad and Tobago  United States of America  Venezuela
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