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ContactPersonMr. Yinfeng Guo by Montakan Chimmuang — last modified Apr 11, 2014 10:14 AM
Programme Specialist, Partnerships in Environmental Management for the Seas of East Asia (PEMSEA),
ContactPersonMs. Lesley Greig by Montakan Chimmuang — last modified Apr 11, 2014 09:58 AM
, IBM - Barbados,
ContactOrganizationIBM - Barbados by Montakan Chimmuang — last modified Apr 11, 2014 09:55 AM
ContactPersonMr. Vidal Garza Cantu by Montakan Chimmuang — last modified Apr 11, 2014 09:40 AM
, Fundacion FEMSA,
ContactOrganizationFundacion FEMSA by Montakan Chimmuang — last modified Apr 11, 2014 09:39 AM
The FEMSA foundation celebrates its 5th anniversary and, with it, the anniversary of its first great initiative: the Water Center for Latin America and the Caribbean.
FileReduction of Discharges of the Phosphate Mines of Togo in the GCLME by Taya Santives — last modified Apr 11, 2014 09:36 AM
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FileThe Implementation of Integrated Coastal Management (ICM) for the Kribicampo Area in Cameroon(Main report) by Taya Santives — last modified Apr 10, 2014 01:04 PM
The management of coastal areas has during the last ten years received considerable attention and got a prominent place on the international agenda in connection with UNCED in Rio de Janeiro in 1992 and Johannesburg Summit on sustainable development in 2002 and the passing of agenda 21, chapter 17. In the Kribi Campo area, growing tourism, oil and gas activities, fisheries, agro industries, physical development are competing for dominance. The threats imposed by economic development activities are increasing due to settlement of many development projects such as hotels building, planning of a deep sea port project in Grand Batanga, oil exploitation platform at Ebome. The area has sensitive habitats and rich biodiversity zones (Campo Ma’an National Park for example,). Human impacts such as those described in the Kribi-Campo coastal area by previous studies, coupled with global climate change, place continuous pressure on coastal environments. In addition conflicts of interest arise from demand for coastal space and resources. It is important to clarify the rules of access and control of resources.
FileThe Implementation of Integrated Coastal Management (ICM) for the Kribicampo Area in Cameroon(Annexes) by Taya Santives — last modified Apr 10, 2014 01:04 PM
Report Annexes
FileProject for the Establishment and Management of Marine Protected Areas in Benin by Taya Santives — last modified Apr 11, 2014 09:22 AM
The process of Marine Protected Areas establishment of as a whole lasted twelve months. The advances made in the conduct of the process from the beginning until today, have been effective through the completion of key activities around the main steps outlined in this report. It is important to remember that the study on the identification and description of Marines Protected Areas (MPA) conducted in 2007 was the basis for any significant technical approach that led to the development of the step reports and the final one.
ContactPersonMr. Jean Filpo by Montakan Chimmuang — last modified Apr 10, 2014 09:52 AM
Interagency Technical Group Manager - United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification, Dominican Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, Vice Ministry of Land and Water
ContactOrganizationDominican Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources by Montakan Chimmuang — last modified Apr 10, 2014 09:50 AM
FileProductivity Patterns in the Guinea Current Large Marine Ecosystem with regard to its Carrying Capacity for Living Resources by Taya Santives — last modified Apr 11, 2014 09:10 AM
This report is the product of the Regional Producitivity Team and showcase the findings from analyses of samples collected in the GCLME. The report covers the following areas: Continuous Plankton Recorder surveys (1995 - 1999), zooplankton and benthic survey aboard the RV Fridtjof Nansen, productivity assessment from satellite remote sensing, Standard methodologies for sampling plankton and benthic fauna in the GCLME, Manual for identification of Marine Plankton, and reports on two Regional Workshops on Productivity.
FileNew Society of Phosphates of Togo by Taya Santives — last modified Apr 11, 2014 09:04 AM
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FileReport of the Round Table for Private Sector: Waste Collection, Disposal and Recycling Systems by Taya Santives — last modified Apr 10, 2014 11:59 AM
Based on an analysis of this information, a report was subsequently prepared on “The Collection, Disposal and Recycling Systems of Select Private Sector Companies in Ghana”. This report was prepared with a view to making recommendations which could improve the functioning of these systems. In this regard, the report discusses the following salient points: the rationale for recycling non-hazardous waste by Ghana’s private sector companies; the exact procedures which these companies use in recycling-from the moment the waste is generated to the moment it is collected, disposed and recycled; the sort of financial benefits which these companies derive from selling the reprocessed products; the challenges which they encounter; how they could overcome these obstacles; the kind of incentives which government provides to boost these activities; best recycling technologies which companies use/could potentially use and the success stories which they have to share.
FileReport of the Regional Training Workshop on Integrated Coastal Area Management by Taya Santives — last modified Apr 10, 2014 11:43 AM
This Workshop is an important first step in bringing rational management to coastal areas in the GCLME region, and would introduce participants to the fundamental elements of this concept while insisting on the imperative of having Integrated Coastal Area Management (ICAM) plans in place in each participating country. A preliminary step in this regard is the compilation of National Coastal Profiles, which form the logical basis for the formulation of the plan. Whereas the six pilot phase countries already have their Coastal Profiles, with ICAM draft plans in various stages of evolution, the ten “new” countries would leave from the Workshop with the necessary skills (and hopefully, zeal) to compile their National Coastal Profiles and advance to the formulation of their plans. For the “old” countries, this Workshop is intended to rekindle their appetites for ICAM and fuel the march towards the completion and adoption of their Integrated Coastal Area Management plans. Kribi was chosen as the location for this Workshop, not only because it mirrors both the attractions and the contradictions of the use of coastal areas, but also because Kribi will be the site for the Demonstration Project on ICAM. This Workshop would serve to bring the necessary awareness to both decision makers and citizenry alike.
FileIdentification and Description of a Marine Protect in Benin by Taya Santives — last modified Apr 11, 2014 09:00 AM
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FileMission Report on Ellah Lakes PLC Aquaculture Complex, Obrikom, Rivers State, Nigeria by Taya Santives — last modified Apr 10, 2014 11:37 AM
The objective of this mission was to survey the area of Port Harcourt with regard to its aquaculture potentials; identify possible threats to the development of that sector and to identify possible partners and stakeholders in the aquaculture sector in Port Harcourt.
FileImplementation of a Public Awareness and Public Participation Programme in Relation to Mangrove Depletion and Proposed Re-Forestation in Coastal Nigeria by Taya Santives — last modified Apr 10, 2014 11:35 AM
Technical report: Preliminary Report on the design of a questionnaire and extent of mangrove loss and documentation of the most impacted sites
ContactOrganizationI.M. Systems Group Inc. by Montakan Chimmuang — last modified Apr 10, 2014 09:29 AM
Founded in 1987 to support the US Air Force with its information technology needs, IMSG has achieved four-fold growth and significantly broadened its customer base. IMSG supports our key Government customers to generate authoritative environmental data products and forecasts. IMSG partners with businesses and other nations to help them understand their liabilities, recognize their blind spots and prepare for the worst so that they’re truly ready for anything.
ContactPersonMr. Andro Drecun by Montakan Chimmuang — last modified Apr 10, 2014 09:21 AM
Deputy Minister, Montenegrin Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism ,
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