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16 May 2018 by mish | tda | project: 3749 Transzonal Ecosystem-Based Diagnostic Analysis
Governments of Chile and Peru United Nations Development Program United Nations Office for Project Services PIMS 4147 JANUARY 2015 The TEDA 2014 is an update and combination of the Ecosystem-based Diagnostic Analyses (EDA) prepared and presente...
16 May 2018 by mish | sap | project: 3749 Towards Ecosystem Based Management of the Humboldt Current Large Marine Ecosystem (HCLME) - Strategic Action Program (SAP)
June 2016 The Strategic Action Program (SAP) is a political document aimed at guiding action. It is part of the process that attempts to define and agree on the implementation of responses to the transzonal problems and the common problem identif...
15 May 2018 by mish | sap | project: 3690 The Strategic Action Program for Protection and Sustainable Use of the Dinaric Karst Transboundary Aquifer System (DIKTAS)
This document is prepared by the DIKTAS Project Team members in the framework of the DIKTAS project (http://diktas.iwlearn.org). DIKTAS (Protection and Sustainable Use of the Dinaric Karst Transboundary Aquifer System) project is a regional projec...
01 May 2018 by eve | outreach-material STRENGTHENING THE GEF INTERNATIONAL WATERS PORTFOLIO - GEF IW:LEARN Services Brochure
GEF IW:LEARN is a global project that promotes experience sharing, learning, information management and partnership building among projects in the GEF International Waters (GEF IW) focal area. The GEF IW focal area targets transboundary water syst...
30 Apr 2018 by eve | outreach-material LME:LEARN Services brochure
A key element of improved ocean governance is mainstreaming cooperation and coordination between Large Marine Ecosystems (LMEs), Marine Protected Areas (MPAs), Integrated Coastal Management (ICM) and Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) projects with ove...
27 Apr 2018 by natalie ICPDR-the example from the Danube River Basin
ICPDR Introductory presentation
27 Apr 2018 by mish | sap | project: 1252 Bay of Bengal Large Marine Ecosystem - Strategic Action Programme 2015
26 Apr 2018 by natalie CCRES Tools
This guide outlines the suite of CCRES’s innovative tools that demonstrate the link between healthy coral reef, seagrass and mangrove ecosystems, and community wellbeing. These tools include policy briefs; software programs, models and application...
18 Apr 2018 by mish | evaluation-report International Waters Focal Area Study 2016
The GEF Independent Evaluation Office recently undertook a third study of the International Waters focal area, with the previous ones completed in 2002 and 2005. The purpose of this study is to provide insights and lessons for GEF-7 based on evide...
17 Apr 2018 by natalie Economic Valuation_2 May 2018
What to bring and who are your trainers
26 Mar 2018 by eve | presentation The history of the climate-water relationship
Presentation by Dr. Ulrike Pokorski da Cunha at the 8th World Water Forum, Brasilia , 22 March 2018
. Session: International Cooperation as key factor 
to address the Water and Climate Relationship.
15 Jan 2018 by mish LME19 - Large Marine Ecosystems and Sustainable Development - A Review of Strategic Management Processes and Goals (Vousden, Cape Town 2017)
David Vousden, Rhodes University To Conserve and Sustainably Use the Oceans, Seas and Marine Resources for Sustainable Development SDG 14 has a series of associated Indicators and Targets which relate closely to the objectives of the Strategic Act...
03 Jan 2018 by lmcaballero | information-sheet | project: 3589 Coral Triangle Notecards
The Coral Triangle note card sets includes eight note cards featuring art created by high school students from Palawan, Philippines, a mural by students from Zamboanga, Philippines, and paintings from stories in the Tales from the Coral Triangle s...
29 Dec 2017 by lmcaballero | report | project: 3589 Academic paper on “Restricting the Size of Groupers (Serranidae) Exported from Indonesia in the Live Reef Food Fish Trade”
Indonesia is the largest exporter of live groupers for the live reef fish food trade. This fisheries sub-sector plays an important role in the livelihoods of fishing communities, especially those living on small islands. As a member of the Coral T...
29 Dec 2017 by lmcaballero | report | project: 3589 Marine Profiling of Marudu Bay, Sabah, Malaysia
In this report, we present the results of a comprehensive review of literature on the biota (fishes, marine invertebrates, other aquatic vertebrates like marine mammals and reptiles, corals and coral reef indicators, seagrasses, and mangroves) and...
29 Dec 2017 by lmcaballero | report | project: 3589 Final Report on the Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment in the NE Coast of Sabah: Turtle Islands Park and Tun Mustapha Park and Climate Change VA in the NE Coasts of Sabah: Options for CCA Strategies for Turtles Nesting and Hatchling
Coastal regions, particularly small islands and sensitive coastal ecosystem are known to be highly vulnerable due to climate change, based on global and regional models. Small islands, such the Turtle Islands in the east coast of Sabah, and coasta...
29 Dec 2017 by lmcaballero | report | project: 3589 Establishment of a Marine Protected Area (MPA) in Tatoareng Subdistrict, Kepulauan Sangihe District, North Sulawesi Province, Indonesia
The objective of the study is to determine the status of the biophysical and socioeconomic conditions of the communities involved for the establishment of marine protected area in Tatoareng Subdistrict. The coral reef condition in the Tatoareng Su...
28 Dec 2017 by lmcaballero | report | project: 3589 Oceanographic Study of Turtle Islands Marine Park
This study was conducted to gather information from past studies related to physical oceanography in TIP, to facilitate a field survey of the reef balls that possibly produce a negative impact on the islands, to measure current speed and direction...
26 Dec 2017 by lmcaballero | report | project: 3589 Turtle Islands Wildlife Sanctuary Climate Risk and Vulnerability Assessment
This study included the assessment of natural disaster risks, including earthquakes and soil liquefaction, in addition to typhoons, floods, rain-induced landslides, storm surges, and sea level rise. The assessment profile serves as a basis to form...
26 Dec 2017 by lmcaballero | outreach-material | project: 3589 Practical ways to slow down climate change 2 (English)
This poster lists five small steps that every person can do to reduce their carbon footprint. This is the design for the Philippine audience

 

 

 

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