Environment and development
in coastal regions and in small islands
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Coastal region and small island papers 9

Table of contents

LIST OF ACRONYMS
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
INTRODUCTION
   Background
Workshop objectives
Workshop programme
Workshop participants
2 SYNTHESIS OF THE WORKSHOP RESULTS
Procedures for project assessment/evaluation
Interlinking project activities
CSI contribution to the UNESCO Medium-Term Strategy (20022007)
3 WORKSHOP PRESENTATIONS AND DISCUSSIONS
Opening ceremony
Presentations
Concluding remarks
References
4 ANNEXES
Annex 1  Workshop programme
Annex 2 List of workshop participants
Annex 3 List of CSI pilot projects and university chairs
Annex 4 Wise practice characteristics as an evaluation tool
Annex 5 Feature address, Reverend Lotu Uele
Annex 6 Further information on CSI and non-CSI activities
Annex 6.1  Sustainable livelihoods for artisanal fishers through stakeholder co-management in the Portland Bight Protected Area, Jamaica
Annex 6.2 Caribbean Coastal Marine Productivity program (CARICOMP): sustaining coastal biodiversity benefits and ecosystem services
Annex 6.3 Enhancing coastal and fisheries resource management through stakeholder participation, local knowledge and environmental education, Arcadins coast, Haiti
Annex 6.4 Planning for people and human settlements, southern coastal area of Havana Province, Cuba
Annex 6.5 Managing beach resources and planning for coastline change, Caribbean islands
Annex 6.6 Education for sustainable village living, Saanapu and Sataoa villages, Upolu Island, Samoa
Annex 6.7 Sound development in the Motu Koitabu urban villages, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Annex 6.8 Palau perspective on wise coastal practices
Annex 6.9 Coastal resources management and ecotourism: an intersectoral approach to localizing sustainable development, Ulugan Bay, Palawan, Philippines
Annex 6.10  UNESCO Chair in integrated coastal management for sustainable development in coastal regions and in small islands, University of the Philippines
Annex 6.11 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
Annex 6.12 UNESCO Chair in wise and locally relevant approaches towards the management of coastal regions and small islands, University of Papua New Guinea
Annex 6.13 UNITWIN Agreement
Annex 6.14 A place for indigenous people in protected areas, Surin Islands, Andaman Sea, Thailand
Annex 6.15 Mauritius perspective on wise coastal practices
Annex 6.16 Seychelles perspective on wise coastal practices
Annex 6.17   Maldives perspective on wise coastal practices
Annex 6.18 Coastal fisheries extension project, Samoa
Annex 6.19 The next form of the UNESCO CSI platform
     
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