"CLME Reef and Pelagic Ecosystems Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis." Consultancy to deliver the CLME Project Causal Chain Analysis CCA Gap Analysis and the Update of the Reef and Pelagic Ecosystem Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis.
"Sustainable Management of the Shared Living Marine Resources of the CLME & Adjacent Regions: CLME Fisheries Ecosystems Governance--Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis." CLME TDA Update for Fisheries Ecosystems: Governance Issues Prepared for the Caribbean Large Marine Ecosystem and Adjacent Areas (CLME) Project, Cartagena Colombia.
Il existe trois importantes initiatives pour les ressources halieutiques dans le Grand ecosysteme marin des Caraibes (CLME).
Three important fisheries initiatives in the Caribbean Large Marine Ecosystem (CLME) are the Caribbean Network of Fisherfolk Organisations (CNFO), the Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism (CRFM) and the Caribbean Community Common Fisheries Policy (CCCFP).
The WCR encompasses the Caribbean Large Marine Ecosystem (CLME), of approximately 2.75 million square kilometers, containing sixteen countries that are small island developing states (SIDS).
Efforts, targeted at assessing the root causes underlying the declining quality of the benefits of these regionally shared ecosystems and its consequences on the people in the WCR, have pointed to weak and/or ineffective governance at the transboundary level (CLME 2011; CLME 2013; Mahon, Fanning and McConney 2014).
As with other coastal regions around the world, many living marine resources in the WCR are in crisis (CLME 2011; Mahon, Fanning and McConney 2014).
The countries have also committed to participate in transboundary projects, such as the CLME and North Brazil Shelf LMEs Project (see clmeproject.org).