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02 Nov 2019 - publication - English New elevation data triple estimates of global vulnerability to sea-level rise and coastal flooding
AUTHORS: Scott A. Kulp & Benjamin H. Strauss. ABSTRACT: Most estimates of global mean sea-level rise this century fall below 2 m. This quantity is comparable to the positive vertical bias of the principle digital elevation model (DEM) used to assess global and national population exposures to extreme coastal water levels, NASA’s SRTM. CoastalDEM is a new DEM utilizing neural networks to reduce SRTM error. Here we show – employing CoastalDEM—that 190 M people (150–250 M, 90% CI) currently occ...
30 Oct 2019 - publication - English Techno-Optimism and Ocean Governance: New Trends in Maritime Monitoring
AUTHOR: Elizabeth Nyman ABSTRACT: Monitoring marine activities has always been a difficult task due to the vastness of the world's oceans. This inability to properly monitor both high seas and territorial zones alike has meant that illegal activities at sea have been able to flourish, from illegal fishing to human rights violations to maritime piracy. Lately, however, the rise of new methods of technological monitoring – from satellites to UAVs – has increased optimism that a better, tech...
30 Oct 2019 - publication - English The Role of Maritime Spatial Planning on the Advance of Blue Energy in the European Union
AUTHORS: Pablo Quero García, Javier García Sanabria, Juan Adolfo Chica Ruiz ABSTRACT: In recent years the European Union has firmly committed itself to energy from oceans as a means of decarbonising the European energy system. Despite a favourable political landscape, the development of offshore renewables still faces economic and technological barriers, which are coupled with the inherent difficulties of an increasingly industrialised marine environment, such as complex evolving regulati...
30 Oct 2019 - publication - English The Emerging Policy Landscape for Marine Spatial Planning in Europe
AUTHORS: Wanfei Qiu, Peter J.S. Jones ABSTRACT: This paper provides an overview of the emerging policy landscape for marine spatial planning in the European Union, which consists of four main categories of policy drivers: environmental legislation, legislation on marine renewable energy, fisheries regulations and the Integrated Maritime Policy. The weak links between these categories of policy drivers, underpinned by a lack of clarity regarding the vision for sustainability, pose major ch...
30 Oct 2019 - publication - English The Future of Blue Carbon Science
AUTHORS: Peter I. Macreadie, Andrea Anton, John A. Raven, Nicola Beaumont, Rod M. Connolly, Daniel A. Friess, Jeffrey J. Kelleway, Hilary Kennedy, Tomohiro Kuwae, Paul S. Lavery, Catherine E. Lovelock, Dan A. Smale, Eugenia T. Apostolaki, Trisha B. Atwood, Jeff Baldock, Thomas S. Bianchi, Gail L. Chmura, Bradley D. Eyre, James W. Fourqurean, Jason M. Hall-Spencer, Mark Huxham, Iris E. Hendriks, Dorte Krause-Jensen, Dan Laffoley, Tiziana Luisetti, Núria Marbà, Pere Masque, Karen J. McGlathery,...
25 Oct 2019 - presentation - English [LME16] Presentations - Session 2 - Knowledge and best governance practices: Tools, data and information
The primary objective of the 2014 (LME16) meeting was to set the framework for the COP Project partnership, operationalizing its objectives and expected outcomes and engaging marine and coastal project leaders in meeting those objectives.
25 Oct 2019 - presentation - English [LME16] Presentations - Session 3 - Global and regional networks
The primary objective of the 2014 (LME16) meeting was to set the framework for the COP Project partnership, operationalizing its objectives and expected outcomes and engaging marine and coastal project leaders in meeting those objectives.
25 Oct 2019 - presentation - English [LME16] Presentations - Session 4 - Capacity development
The primary objective of the 2014 (LME16) meeting was to set the framework for the COP Project partnership, operationalizing its objectives and expected outcomes and engaging marine and coastal project leaders in meeting those objectives.
25 Oct 2019 - presentation - English [LME16] Presentations - Session 5 - Communication, dissemination and outreach
The primary objective of the 2014 (LME16) meeting was to set the framework for the COP Project partnership, operationalizing its objectives and expected outcomes and engaging marine and coastal project leaders in meeting those objectives.
22 Oct 2019 - English [LME16] Agenda
The primary objective of the 2014 (LME16) meeting was to set the framework for the COP Project partnership, operationalizing its objectives and expected outcomes and engaging marine and coastal project leaders in meeting those objectives.
22 Oct 2019 - English [LME16] Summary Report
The LME16 meeting took place on 08-11 Jul 2014 in Paris. The primary objective of the 2014 meeting was to set the framework for the COP Project partnership, operationalising its objectives and expected outcomes and engaging marine and coastal project leaders in meeting those objectives.
22 Oct 2019 - presentation - English [LME16] Presentations - Session 1 - Putting the LME Global Partnership in Motion
The primary objective of the 2014 (LME16) meeting was to set the framework for the COP Project partnership, operationalizing its objectives and expected outcomes and engaging marine and coastal project leaders in meeting those objectives.
21 Oct 2019 - report - English [LME18] Agenda for the 18th Meeting on Large Marine Ecosystems and Coastal Partners and LME:LEARN Project Meeting
The primary objective of the Annual Meeting (6-8 December 2016) is to provide global forum for GEFfunded and other marine and coastal practitioners, leaders and institutions, aimed at sharing experiences and lessons with respect to ecosystem-based governance. The LME Annual Meeting contributes to the development of the LME Partnership by engaging marine, coastal management, biodiversity and coastal climate change adaptation project leaders in meeting that objective, in accordance with the rec...
21 Oct 2019 - report - English [LME18] GEF LME: LEARN Project Meeting Summary Report
The primary objective of the LME:LEARN Project Meeting was to convene three working groups of the project (Governance, Ecosystem Based Management, and Data and Information Management) and to initiate work towards implementing respective project activities. The meeting took place in Paris on 5-6 December 2016 in the premises of UNESCO (1, rue Miollis, Paris).
21 Oct 2019 - presentation - English [LME18] Presentations - Opening session
The primary objective of the Annual Meeting (6-8 December 2016) is to provide global forum for GEFfunded and other marine and coastal practitioners, leaders and institutions, aimed at sharing experiences and lessons with respect to ecosystem-based governance. The LME Annual Meeting contributes to the development of the LME Partnership by engaging marine, coastal management, biodiversity and coastal climate change adaptation project leaders in meeting that objective, in accordance with the rec...
21 Oct 2019 - presentation - English [LME18] Presentations - Regional networks session
The primary objective of the Annual Meeting (6-8 December 2016) is to provide global forum for GEFfunded and other marine and coastal practitioners, leaders and institutions, aimed at sharing experiences and lessons with respect to ecosystem-based governance. The LME Annual Meeting contributes to the development of the LME Partnership by engaging marine, coastal management, biodiversity and coastal climate change adaptation project leaders in meeting that objective, in accordance with the rec...
21 Oct 2019 - presentation - English [LME18] Presentations - Governance - Ocean Living session
The primary objective of the Annual Meeting (6-8 December 2016) is to provide global forum for GEFfunded and other marine and coastal practitioners, leaders and institutions, aimed at sharing experiences and lessons with respect to ecosystem-based governance. The LME Annual Meeting contributes to the development of the LME Partnership by engaging marine, coastal management, biodiversity and coastal climate change adaptation project leaders in meeting that objective, in accordance with the rec...
21 Oct 2019 - presentation - English [LME18] Presentations - Marine resource management session
The primary objective of the Annual Meeting (6-8 December 2016) is to provide global forum for GEFfunded and other marine and coastal practitioners, leaders and institutions, aimed at sharing experiences and lessons with respect to ecosystem-based governance. The LME Annual Meeting contributes to the development of the LME Partnership by engaging marine, coastal management, biodiversity and coastal climate change adaptation project leaders in meeting that objective, in accordance with the rec...
21 Oct 2019 - presentation - English [LME18] Presentations - Blue Economy session
The primary objective of the Annual Meeting (6-8 December 2016) is to provide global forum for GEFfunded and other marine and coastal practitioners, leaders and institutions, aimed at sharing experiences and lessons with respect to ecosystem-based governance. The LME Annual Meeting contributes to the development of the LME Partnership by engaging marine, coastal management, biodiversity and coastal climate change adaptation project leaders in meeting that objective, in accordance with the rec...
21 Oct 2019 - presentation - English [LME18] Presentations - Innovative financing session
The primary objective of the Annual Meeting (6-8 December 2016) is to provide global forum for GEFfunded and other marine and coastal practitioners, leaders and institutions, aimed at sharing experiences and lessons with respect to ecosystem-based governance. The LME Annual Meeting contributes to the development of the LME Partnership by engaging marine, coastal management, biodiversity and coastal climate change adaptation project leaders in meeting that objective, in accordance with the rec...

 

 

 

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