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Caribbean Large Marine Ecosystem (CLME) TDA update for fisheries ecosystems: governance issues

by Damaris Waigwa last modified May 09, 2014 04:16 PM
This report addresses the governance aspects of updating the TDA/CCA for the CLME Project. It begins by providing an overview of the governance issues identified in the preliminary TDA. It then reviews the LME Governance Framework that was developed for and adopted by the project as a basis for the project design during the PDF-B. Next the report reviews advances in ocean governance thinking globally and regionally that should assist the project to move forward. Finally, the report considers how the original governance perspective, as well as the subsequent advances in ocean governance, can be incorporated into the new orientation towards a fishery ecosystem-based approach to provide the most comprehensive and up-to-date approach to governance for the CLME Project. This fishery ecosystem-based approach was adopted early in the Full Project which is now oriented towards three fishery ecosystems: the continental shelf, the pelagic and the reef fishery ecosystems. Created: April 2011,

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