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Stakeholder Views about the Marine Environment and Its Protection
by Not Avail
Written in English
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marine and global environment. We now live in an era where concerns about global warming, environmental protection and the sustainability of natural resources play a key role in our day to day lives and will be important over the next millennia. Shipping is commonly misunderstood as to its impact to the environment. It is one of the cleanest. When identifying stakeholders, it is important to recognize that there are many people in addition to traditional user groups who take an interest in the health of the marine environment. Both on-site and off-site constituents value aesthetics, biodiversity, and conservation.
The Book Australasian Marine Pollution Laws analyses the international conventions, aspects of the marine environment and its protection and preservation in the light of the huge tonnages of vital trade goods carried by many merchant ships to and from the Australasian region. from one point of view, are the major determinants of the. Introduction. The protection of coastal aquatic habitats is a comparatively recent concept compared with the conservation of terrestrial areas. Only % of the world’s oceans, which is equivalent to km 2 of the total water area of the world, are currently protected as opposed to % of land, which is equivalent to million km 2 of the total protected land area of the world.
9. Managing marine protected areas in Europe: moving from 'feature-based' to 'whole-site; management of sites The role of UK Marine Protected Area management in contributing to sustainable development in the marine environment The law and marine protected areas: different regimes and their practical impacts in England and restoring marine ecosystems. An MPA is "an area of the marine environment that has been reserved by federal, state, territorial, tribal, or local laws or regulations to provide lasting protection for part or all of the natural and cultural resources therein" (E.O. , ). MPAs are not a new idea, but their recent ascendance as a.
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Stakeholder views about the marine environment and its protection Julie Warren and Luke Procter CRESA, PO BoxWellington, New Zealand ABSTRACT This report presents the findings of some explorative research carried out by the Centre for Research, Evaluation and Social Assessment (CRESA), to support.
Get this from a library. Stakeholder views about the marine environment and its protection. [Julie A N Warren; Luke Procter; New Zealand.
Department of Conservation.]. This handbook is the first of its kind to provide a clear, accessible, and comprehensive introduction to the most important scientific and management topics in marine environmental protection.
Leading experts discuss the latest perspectives and best practices in the field with a particular focus on the functioning of marine ecosystems, natural. Marine environmental protection, therefore, requires a high degree of cooperation compared to environmental issues on land.
The protection of the marine environment is an area where the jurisdictional rules of the law of the sea and the objectives, principles and approaches of international environmental law meet and influence each other to.
stakeholder perspectives for environmental planning and man-agement, including marine conservation. For example, Reed et al. () describe three steps in stakeholder analysis: identifying stakeholders, differentiating between and categorizing stake-holders, and investigating relationships between stakeholders.
The marine environment in the area is rated as one of the world’s most diverse temperate water regions (Davenne and Masson,Parks Canada, a).Natural features include rocky reefs, and there are over species of fish, hundreds of seabirds, about species of plant life, and approximately species of invertebrates (Georgia Strait Alliance, ).
Fact 1: The marine environment is vital The marine environment includes the waters of seas and estuaries, the seabed and its subsoils, and all marine wildlife and its sea and coastal habitats.
It is a precious asset; a heritage that must be protected, conserved and properly valued. The ultimate aim is to keep our oceans and seas biologically. Marine environmental ethics development and environmental protection reveals fundamental differences of values.
anthropocentric view--that the natural environment and its wildlife are. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
Learn more DOI: The protection and preservation of the marine environment Under the patronage of I.C.E.F. - International Court for the Environment Foundation Daniela Addis* * Daniela Addis, Attorney at the Bar of Rome (Italy), Member of the Compliance Committee under the Barcelona Convention and its Protocols, Legal adviser on environmental law and law of the.
The Marine Strategy is the Dutch plan to achieve/maintain Good Environmental Status in its marine environment by and is thereby linked to the EU Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD).
One of the ambitions of the Dutch government is to protect 10%–15% of the Dutch part of the North Sea from bottom impact. Major Developments in the International Law of Marine Environmental Conservation The Stockholm Conference on the Human Environment The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea The Territorial Sea The Exclusive Economic Zone The High Seas Protection and Preservation of the Marine.
In comparing the alignment between stakeholder concerns regarding threats to ocean health to priorities for MSP and ocean zoning, the highest ranked stakeholder concerns for the marine environment pose challenges within the scope of MSP and zoning.
Climate change is a global issue and invasive species are a regional problem in the Caribbean and North Atlantic, therefore, a.
The marine environment is a precious asset and a great contributor to eco- build partnerships between stakeholders, and improve the environmental quality of our seas. LIFE Focus I LIFE and the marine environment bodies that are concerned with its protection.
In addition, the EU itself has an extensive body of legislation, policies and. Stakeholder participation and empowerment take both time and resources.
Who can be defined as stakeholder: concepts and definitions. Due to the public nature of the marine environment and its many uses, there are numerous potential stakeholders who have an interest or stake in the outcome of the MSP plan.
The demand for marine space and the impacts on the marine environment continue to increase. This requires the increased proactive consideration of these demands. MSP provides a mechanism to take forward stakeholder/societal discussions on what appropriate use and protection of the marine environment should be, at both a micro and a macro level.
General guidance for Marine Environment Protection The shipping industry recognizes environmental protection as one of its highest priorities and that every effort should be made to conserve and protect the environment from marine, atmospheric and other forms of pollution.
Stakeholder views about the marine environment and its protection Warren, Julie A. N [ Government publication, Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 2 libraries. Public awareness plays a central role in the success of coastal and marine conservation. Where MPAs are effective, there is usually strong community understanding of the benefits that can come from resource protection.
By educating stakeholders on these benefits, and by honestly acknowledging and addressing an MPA's potential costs, practitioners can build a base of public. Knowledge of the marine environment beyond national jurisdiction and its unique biodiversity is still developing.
Simultaneously, traditional uses of these areas including fishing and shipping, are intensifying and new uses are emerging such as bio-prospecting for marine genetic resources and climate change mitigation activities.
Marine Scotland's aim is to achieve a well-managed network of Marine Protected Areas based on the principle of sustainable use. To better achieve this objective, Marine Scotland undertook a week consultation from July to November to seek views on the proposed network of MPAs as part of the wider Planning Scotland's Seas consultation.environmental practices at the plant level: gov-ernments, customers, competitors, community and environmental interest groups, and indus-try associations.
The actors we focus upon are important to consider when assessing a ﬁrm’s environmental performance (Lober, ).
Government pressures Perhaps the most obvious stakeholders that. This chapter discusses the legal aspects of the protection of the marine environment of the deep seabed beyond the outer limits of the continental shelf, specifically its protection from the potential adverse effects caused by seabed mining.
The legal framework for the protection of the marine environment from activities in the Area is contained in the LOSC, the Agreement Relating to the.