2007

Environment and development
in coastal regions and in small islands

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1. INTRODUCTION
2. BACKGROUND
3. FIELD PROJECTS, CHAIRS AND RELATED INITIATIVES
Africa-East/Southern
Africa-North/Eastern Mediterranean
Africa West/Central
America-North
America-South/Central
Asia-South/East
Asia-Southwest (Arab States)
Caribbean Coasts and Islands
Europe
Pacific Small Islands, Australia, New Zealand
4. CROSS-CUTTING PROJECTS
Small Islands Voice (SIV)
  Local and Indigenous Knowledge Systems (LINKS)
5. WISE COASTAL PRACTICES FOR SUSTAINABLE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
(drawn from pilot and similar field projects)
6. EXPERTS' MEETING
7. CSI CO-SPONSORED PUBLICATIONS

 

1.   

INTRODUCTION

2.   

BACKGROUND

3.   

PILOT PROJECTS, CHAIRS AND RELATED INITIATIVES

Africa-East/Southern

Development-Conservation Strategies for Integrated Coastal Management in Maputaland (South Africa, Mozambique)

UNESCO Chair in marine sciences and oceanography, Eduardo Mondlane University, Mozambique

Communication and Education for Sustainable Coastal Development (sub-Saharan Africa and Indian Ocean islands)

Complementary activities

Africa-North/Eastern Mediterranean

Underwater Archaeology and Sustainable Coastal Development (Alexandria, Egypt)

Mode de vie durable dans les petites villes côtières historiques : Essaouira, Maroc; Kotor, Yougoslavie; Mahdia, Tunisie; Omisalj, Croatie, Saida, Liban (Ancien titre : Développement urbain et ressources en eau dans les petites villes côtières historiques [Méditerranée]) / Sustainable living in small historic coastal cities: Essaouira, Morocco; Kotor, Yugoslavia; Mahdia, Tunisia; Omisalj, Croatia, Saida, Lebanon (Former title: Urban development and freshwater resources in small historic coastal cities [Mediterranean])

Essaouira (Maroc/Morocco)

Mahdia (Tunisie/Tunisia)

Saïda (Liban/Lebanon)

Général

Complementary activities

Africa-West/Central

Préserver la Qualité de l'Environnement Naturel et Humain dans les Communautés Côtières Peri-Urbaines (Dakar, Sénégal) / Sustaining Human and Environmental Health in Peri-Urban Coastal Communities (Dakar, Senegal)

Saloum

Yeumbeul

Yoff

La Chaire UNESCO dans le Domaine de la Gestion Intégrée et du Développement Durable des Régions Côtières et des Petites Îles, Université Cheikh Anta Diop de Dakar
UNESCO Chair in Integrated Management and Sustainable Development in Coastal Regions and in Small Islands at the University of Cheikh Anta Diop, Dakar

Reducing the impact of flooding in Lagos, Nigeria

Complementary activities

America-North

America-South/Central

Gestión Costera Integrada, Río de la Plata, Uruguay (ECOPLATA) / Integrated Coastal Management, Rio de la Plata, Uruguay (ECOPLATA)

Complementary activities

Asia-South/East

Reducing the Impact of a Coastal Megacity on Island Ecosystems, Jakarta and the Seribu Islands, Indonesia

Coastal Resources Management and Ecotourism: an Intersectoral Approach to Localizing Sustainable Development, Ulugan Bay, Palawan, Philippines 

Environmental, Social and Cultural Implications of a Ship-Breaking Industry, Alang-Sosia, Gujarat, India

A place for indigenous people in protected areas, Surin Islands, Andaman Sea, Thailand

Complementary activities

Asia-South/West (Arab States)

Fishing for sustainable living in Aqaba, Red Sea, Jordan

Complementary activities

Caribbean Coasts and Islands

Managing Beach Resources and Planning for Coastline Change, Caribbean islands

Caribbean Coastal Marine Productivity Program (CARICOMP): Sustaining coastal biodiversity benefits and ecosystem services

Sustainable livelihoods for artisanal fishers through stakeholder co-management in the Portland Bight Protected Area (Jamaica)

Améliorer la gestion des ressources côtières et des pêches par la participation des parties prenantes, l’utilisation du savoir local et l’éducation à l’environnement Côte d’Arcadins, (Haiti) / Enhancing coastal and fisheries resource management through stakeholder participation, local knowledge and environmental education, Arcadins coast, (Haiti)

Evaluación Socio-económica Ambiental y Manejo de la Zona Sur de la Provincia La Habana, Cuba / Socio-economic and environmental evaluation and management of the south coast of Havana Province, Cuba

Complementary activities

Europe

Urban Development and Freshwater Resources in Small Historic Coastal Cities (Mediterranean)

Adriatic

Municipal Environmental Management and Public Participation, North Kurzeme Coastal Region, Latvia

Nordic-Baltic Network for Sustainable Coastal Development (Northern Europe)

Sustainable coastal development in the White Sea - Barents Sea region of northern Russia (Former title: Sustainable Development in Northern Russia)

Complementary activities

Pacific Small Islands, Australia, New Zealand

Promotion of Indigenous Wise Practices: Medicinal Knowledge and Freshwater Fish, Moripi Cultural Area, Gulf Province; Food Security, Trobriand Islands, Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea

Sound development in the Motu Koita urban villages, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

Education for sustainable village living, Saanapu and Sataoa villages, Upolu Island (Samoa)

Freshwater Security in Small Islands (Pacific)

Complementary activities

 

4.   

CROSS-CUTTING PROJECTS

Small Islands Voice (SIV)

For more information on the SIV project publications go to: http://www.smallislandsvoice.org

Local and Indigenous Knowledge Systems (LINKS)

For more information on LINKS project publications go to: http://www.unesco.org/links/

 

5.   

WISE COASTAL PRACTICES FOR SUSTAINABLE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT (drawn from pilot and similar field projects)

6.  

  EXPERTS' MEETING (UNESCO-Paris, Nov. '96)

Discussion paper: Applicable Knowledge for the Pragmatic Development of Sustainable Coastal Resources Management Initiatives, by P. Burbridge et al., 50 p., E

Background papers (E):

Summary report (including Thematic Meeting for Permanent Delegations), Nov.'96, 42p. (incl.6 annexes), E, F

7.   

CSI CO-SPONSORED PUBLICATIONS

Introduction Activities Publications Search
Wise Practices Regions Themes