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07 Jul 2017 by jarle | report   Pillar 1.1: Mobilizing Finance and Scaling up InvestmentGood Practices Toward Meeting the SDGs
One-pager describing the contribution on Mobilizing Finance and Scaling up InvestmentGood Practices Toward Meeting the SDGs in Session 1.1 of the IWc8. Adrian Ross. PEMSEA
07 Jul 2017 by jarle | report   Financial Architecture for the Coral Triangle Initiative on Coral Reefs, Fisheries and Food Security (CTI‐CFF)
One-pager on Financial Architecture for the Coral Triangle Initiative onCoral Reefs, Fisheries and Food Security (CTI‐CFF) prepared for IWC8 Session 1.1. Arunkumar Abraham, ADB/GEF Senior Environment Specialist (Consultant), Asian Development Bank
07 Jul 2017 by jarle | report   Jamaica Case Study - IWC8 - Session 1.1 - Coello
case study for session 1.1 from Alfredo Coello, project manager crew
22 Jun 2017 by eve | publication   Large Marine Ecosystems and Sustainable Development: A Review of Strategic Management Processes and Goals (2017)
The Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis (TDA) and Strategic Action Programme (SAP) development approach for the management of Large Marine Ecosystems is consistently used to develop management strategies for the Large Marine Ecosystems (LME).
07 Jun 2017 by eve | publication   Supporting sustainable ocean development planningf or Large Marine Ecosystems (2016)
The three countries bordering the Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem (BCLME), Angola, Namibia and South Africa, now offer an excellent example of transboundary commitment to introducing cross-sectoral ocean development planning: the recent si...
07 Jun 2017 by eve | outreach-material   The Large Marine Ecosystem Approach: An Engine for Achieving SDG 14
A brochure developed by LME:LEARN. Prompt and large scale action is needed to overcome the downward trend of losses of LME goods and services; to mitigate the degradation of LMEs in the face of the accelerating effects of climate change; and to ac...
07 Jun 2017 by eve | report   Study of the Concept of Large Marine Ecosystems and its Institutional Relevance for Ecosystem-based Management and Development (2012)
The LME approach can result in considerably improved cross-sectorial coordination and collaboration on coastal and marine management when there are long-term commitments from countries to establish LME-based institutions, such as the Benguela Curr...
26 May 2017 by eve | event   Asian LME Symposium Program 2017
24 May 2017 by eve | publication   Strengthening Global Governance of LMEs by Incorporating Coastal Management and Marine Protected Areas (2015)
After 20 years of programming GEF International Waters (IW) LME projects, it is time to assemble experiences and promote learning and capacity building among the projects in the LME portfolio. This review is focused on strengthening the multi-scal...
24 May 2017 by eve | publication   Planning and networking for ecosystem based management of large marine ecosystems (2015)
The LME modular approach promotes the integration of natural and social sciences to advance application of EBM practice in LMEs. The approach is fully compatible with the bottom-up planning as prescribed by the GEF for projects in support of GEF I...
24 May 2017 by eve | publication   IOC-UNESCO's Support for Management of LMEs (2016)
Over the past two decades the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has been a key actor in the global effort to promote sustainable use and management of La...
24 May 2017 by eve | publication   Collaboration between the Nansen Programme and the Large Marine Ecosystem Programmes (2016)
The Nansen Programme has collaborated with the Agulhas and Somali Currents LME (ACSLME) pro- ject, the Benguela Current LME (BCLME) project and its successor the Benguela Current Commission (BCC) as well as the Canary Current LME (CCLME) project a...
24 May 2017 by eve | publication   Adaptive management institutions at the regional level- The case of Large Marine Ecosystems (2013)
A global effort is underway by scientists, stakeholders, resource managers, and multi-sectoral ministerial representatives (e.g. fisheries, transportation, mining, energy, tourism, environment) from 110 economically developing countries to impleme...
24 May 2017 by eve | publication   A new imperative for improving management of large marine ecosystems (2002)
A five-module assessment and management methodology is being tested that moves the countries toward adopting practical joint governance institutions through place based management. This LME approach engages stakeholders, fosters the participation ...
24 May 2017 by eve | publication   A large marine ecosystem governance framework (2007)
A large marine ecosystem (LME) governance framework, developed from a need to effectively address the sustainable management of the shared living marine resources of the Caribbean, is proposed. The framework is based on four propositions and focus...
24 May 2017 by eve | publication   A governance perspective on the large marine ecosystem approach (2009)
The large marine ecosystem (LME) concept and approach has had a global impact on marine ecosystem-based management. The LME approach provides a framework for assessing and monitoring LMEs and is based on five modules: productivity, fish and fisher...
24 May 2017 by eve | publication   The application of satellite remote sensing for assessing productivity in relation to fisheries yields of the world's large marine ecosystems (2011)
In 1992, world leaders at the historical UN Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) recognized that the exploitation of resources in coastal oceans was becoming increasingly unsustainable, resulting in an international effort to assess, ...
24 May 2017 by eve | publication   Regional fishery management organizations and large marine ecosystems (2015)
The LME approach was fleshed out in the 1980s and initiated as both the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and country projects, beginning in the mid-1990s. LMEs have fisheries as a major component to be addressed under the LME five-module concept....
24 May 2017 by eve | publication   Potential consequences of climate change for primary production and fish production in large marine ecosystems (2012)
Existing methods to predict the effects of climate change on the biomass and production of marine communities are predicated on modelling the interactions and dynamics of individual species, a very challenging approach when interactions and distri...
24 May 2017 by eve | publication   Pathways between Primary Production and Fisheries Yields of Large Marine Ecosystems (2012)
The shift in marine resource management from a compartmentalized approach of dealing with resources on a species basis to an approach based on management of spatially defined ecosystems requires an accurate accounting of energy flow. The flow of e...

 

 

 

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