LME:LEARN - Large Marine Ecosystems

The document library includes a wide array of outputs from projects (reports, presentations, case studies, terms of reference) as well as other content of interest to GEF International waters. Project managers and GEF International Waters staff are invited to give their feedback or submit case studies, ToRs, or other documentation to be included in the document library (info@iwlearn.org)

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26 Nov 2018 by eve - presentation - English Session 1: Brief introduction of new LME, MSP, MPA, ICM, climate change, and fisheries projects (Deniz-Gonzalez, Marrakesh 2018)
Presentation at the 20th Annual LME Consultative Meeting held in Marrakesh, Morocco, from 3-4 November 2018. Itahisa Deniz-Gonzales, CCLME.
26 Nov 2018 by eve - presentation - project: 5278 - English Session 2: LME:LEARN Achievements and Reflections (Hamid, Marrakesh 2018).
Presentation at the 20th Annual LME Consultative Meeting held in Marrakesh, Morocco, from 3-4 November 2018. Mish Hamid, GEF LME/IW:LEARN.
16 Nov 2018 by eve - presentation - English Session 1: Objectives and structure of the LME20 Annual Consultative Meeting (Trumbic, Marrakesh 2018)
Presentation at the 20th Annual LME Consultative Meeting held in Marrakesh, Morocco, from 3-4 November 2018. Ivica Trumbic, GEF LME:LEARN.
03 Nov 2018 by eve - outreach-material - English Marine Toolkits: Enhancing Science and Management Effectiveness For Large Marine Ecosystems (introductory brochure)
The GEF LME:LEARN series of Marine Toolkits were developed to assist GEF funded projects, and others, working in marine related focal areas to improve their capacity to effectively prepare and manage their respective projects. These Marine Toolki...
14 Sep 2018 by eve - publication - English Blue carbon: coastal ecosystems, their carbon storage, and potential for reducing emissions (2013)
Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development. Coastal ecosystems support a wide range of ecological services, for example, by providing primary nursery habitat for many species of fish, crustaceans, birds, and marine mammals.1 Coas...
12 Sep 2018 by eve - publication - English Baseline 2000 Background Report: The Status of Integrated Coastal Management as an International Practice (Second Iteration) (2002)
The Coastal Zone Canada 2000 Conference occurred in Saint John, New Brunswick from September 17 to 22. All of the 600 registrants received a canvas packet that included four separately bound publications: the final conference program, the tradesho...
12 Sep 2018 by eve - publication - English ICES Marine and coastal ecosystem-based risk management handbook (2013)
Management of any environmental issue requires the application of management measures designed to eliminate, control, mitigate, or compensate for pressures related to the drivers of human activities to avoid potential environmental effects. Manage...
10 Sep 2018 by eve - publication - English BUILDING SITE BASED SCENARIOS: TOOLS AND APPROACHES FOR IMPLEMENTATION IN THE VALMER PROJECT
The way we make decisions relating to the coastal and marine environment has seen a gradual change over a number of years and the involvement of people and those affected by the decisions has become more prominent. One way of involving stakeholder...
07 Sep 2018 by eve - legal-framework - English PROTOCOL ON INTEGRATED COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT IN THE MEDITERRANEAN (2008)
UNEP/MAP/PAP, Protocol on Integrated Coastal Zone Management in the Mediterranean. Split, Priority Actions Programme, 2008
28 Aug 2018 by eve - publication - English Sustainability, biomass yields, and health of coastal ecosystems: an ecological perspective (1994)
The sustainability, health and biomass ylelds of marine resources can be enhanced by the implementation of a more holistic and ecologically based strategy for assessing, monitoring, and managing coastal ecosystems than has been generally practice...
27 Aug 2018 by eve - publication - English Feasibility Assessment of an ICZM Protocol to the Nairobi Convention
This Feasibility Assessment of an ICZM Protocol to the Nairobi Convention is a joint activity between the Indian Ocean Commission through its ReCoMaP Programme and the Nairobi Convention Secretariat.
27 Aug 2018 by eve - publication - English Strengthening global governance of Large Marine Ecosystems by incorporating coastal management and Marine Protected Areas (2016)
After 20 years of programming GEF International Waters (IW) LME projects, it is time to assemble experiences and promote learning and capacity building among the projects in the LME portfolio. This review is focused on strengthening the multi-scal...
27 Aug 2018 by eve - publication - English Performance assessment of the beach management units along the coastlines of Kenya and Tanzania (2014)
Over the past three years, increasing focus has been put by the SmartFish Programme on better understanding the causes of failure of fisheries management by analysing the governance framework in which it is entrenched. A regional study on marine f...
30 Apr 2018 by eve - outreach-material - English Strengthening the GEF Marine and Coastal portfolio - GEF 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...
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...
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