4 edition of Sustainable financing mechanisms for coral reef conservation found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Anthony J. Hooten and Marea E. Hatziolos, editors.|
|Series||Environmentally sustainable development proceedings series ;, no. 9|
|Contributions||Hooten, Anthony J., Hatziolos, Marea Eleni.|
|LC Classifications||QH75.A1 S875 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 116 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||116|
|LC Control Number||95230881|
Biodiversity is currently being lost at up to 1, times the natural rate. Some scientists are now referring to the crisis as the ‘Earth’s sixth mass extinction’, comparable to the last great extinction crisis 65 million years ago. These extinctions are irreversible and pose a serious threat to our health and wellbeing. Designation and management of protected areas is the cornerstone of. Key players spurring action in coral financing and restoration in the face of this crisis are Swiss Re, Coral Vita, Blue Finance, and GRID-Arendal. Swiss Re is a global provider of reinsurance and a pioneer in parametric insurance for coral, having recently supported the Mesoamerican Reef on the Mexican coast.
The report titled, ‘Progress in the Implementation of Resolution 2/21 on Sustainable Coral Reefs Management’ (UNEP/EA.4/23), summarizes findings from an analysis of global and regional policy instruments and governance mechanisms related to the protection and sustainable management of coral reefs. to fund conservation projects, and Palau utilizes such fees — estimated to be in excess of $27 million — to improve wastewater management, thereby protecting coral reefs. These states are also beginning to use a variety of more innovative financing mechanisms and, in so doing, are contributing to developingCited by: 1.
Workshop to Develop a Conservation Trust Fund and Conservation Finance Mechanisms for the Sustainable Financing of Protected Areas in the U.S. Virgin Islands The Nature Conservancy, Estate Little Princess St. Croix, US Virgin Islands. This workshop was supported by The Nature Conservancy under cooperative agreement awardFile Size: 2MB. Coral reef in the Maldives. Credit: Tchami/ Wikimedia Commons. CC BY Project REGENERATE is funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and helps local governments and researchers access science and technology and use education and monitoring while providing sustainable financing mechanisms to support Author: Isabella O'malley.
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Sustainable financing mechanisms for coral reef conservation: proceedings of a workshop held at the World Bank, Washington, D.C., J / Anthony J. Hooten and Marea E. Hatziolos, by: 7. Sustainable financing mechanisms for coral reef conservation: proceedings of a workshop (English) Abstract.
This report is the proceedings of a workshop on Sustainable Financing Mechanisms for Coral Reef Conservation held at the World Bank in Cited by: 4. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Sustainable Financing Mechanisms for Coral Reef Conservation: Proceedings Sustainable financing mechanisms for coral reef conservation book a at the best online prices at eBay.
Free shipping for many products. Sustainable financing mechanisms for coral reef conservation: proceedings of a workshop: held at the World Bank, Washington, D.C., J Author: Anthony J Hooten ; Marea Eleni Hatziolos ; World Bank. Finance Mechanisms for Coral Reef Conservation training tools.
A deck of training slides has been prepared by the Conservation Finance Alliance for the International Coral Reef Initiative, based on “Finance Tools for Coral Reef Conservation: A Guide” () by Venkat Iyer, Katy Mathias, David Meyers, Ray Victurine and Melissa Walsh.
The slides cover 13 finance mechanisms. Sustainable financing mechanisms for coral reef conservation: proceedings of a workshop: held at the W Science-based strategies for sustaining coral ecosystems [electronic resource] Proceedings: International Tropical Marine Ecosystems Management Symposium (ITEMS), November / edi.
The analysis was funded by the Government of France. Trends in international funding for the conservation and sustainable management of coral reefs and associated.
ecosystems were drawn from a dataset of projects with project initiation dates ranging from 1 January to 31 December on Environmentally Sustainable Development 7 The Business of Sustainable Cities: Public-Private Partnerships for Creative Technical and Institutional Solutions 8 Enabling Sustainable Community Development 9 Sustainable Financing Mechanisms for Coral Reef Conservation: Proceedings of a WorkshopFile Size: 1MB.
Fortunately, Maldivian coral reefs have also shown great capacity for resilience in the past with coral recovery being among the best recorded in the Indian Ocean. Recognising that sound coastal resource management is critical to sustainable development and climate adaptation, the Government of Maldives is developing and implementing policies to protect coral reefs and support marine management.
Building capacity to use financial tools and mechanisms 23 Conclusion:what are sustainable PA financing mechanisms.
24 Part II:Review and analysis 25 4. A typology of PA financing mechanisms 27 5. Attracting and administering external funds 29 Overview of this category of PA financing mechanisms 29File Size: KB.
- Jacques Yves Cousteau, Excerpt from Life and Death in a Coral Sea, This book reports on the World Bank's 5th Annual Conference on Environmentally and Socially Sustainable Development, which focused on some of the most urgent threats facing coral reefs today, including the growing use of cyanide fishing along some of the richest reefs of the world, unsustainable trade in reef 5/5(1).
Sustainable Managing of Coral Reefs in the Anthropocene - A study of the local community Bulata, in the Philippines, and how they could are connected to the surrounding coral reefs, and how sustainable development could be Conservation of Nature in At first the concept was defined as the possibility of achievingFile Size: 7MB.
This book, first published insummarises the state of knowledge about the status of reefs, the problems they face, and potential solutions.
The topics considered range from concerns about extinction of coral reef species to economic and social issues affecting the well-being of people who depend on reefs.5/5(2).
The GCF helps design and support innovative sustainable financing mechanisms for delivering a steady flow of funds to protected areas.
The GCF: Makes investment decisions based on sound science to benefit the highest priority places for conservation through the creation or expansion of protected areas. Through the raising of awareness and engagement of all, Living Reefs strives to establish a mechanism for sustainable financing of coral conservation.
By Adopting a Coral Garden or Adopting Baby Corals, you will contribute to Coral conservation in Bermuda and globally. We pledge to utilise 85% of the funds received for coral projects for the benefit of all. reef ecosystems; and • Sustainable financing mechanisms to support climate-resilient marine management established Background The Maldives is a country at high risk from the impacts of climate change.
It is also highly dependent on its coral reefs, which play a fundamental role in food provision and shoreline protection. Sustainable Financing – the highest priority need amongst Caribbean MPAs The Turks & Caicos Islands (TCI) is one of ten countries and territories that took part in a regional assessment of marine protected area (MPA) management capacity in the Caribbean supported by NOAA’s Coral Reef Conservation Program (CRCP) in Conservation Trust Funds are private, legally independent institutions that provide sustainable financing for biodiversity conservation.
They may finance part of the long-term management costs of a country‘s protected area (PA) system as well as conservation activities and sustainable development initiatives outside PAs.
• Expand Coral Reef Fellows Program to include FAS • Provide contractual services to local jurisdictions for the development of marketing materials to raise public awareness • Develop/support an internship program around a unifying theme (outreach/education, monitoring, GIS, etc.) to build linkages across islands.
The workshop on Sustainable Financing Mechanisms for Coral Reef Conservation and its Proceedings are the result of many people's efforts. The workshop organizers were encouraged early on by the very positive reponse to the sustainable financing theme from colleagues and practitioners in the field.
Banco Chinchorro, Mexico. Photo by Philip Hamilton/Coral reef Image Bank. The Mesoamerican Reef Fund. The Mesoamerican Reef Fund, a partner of the International Coral Reef Initiative, The Nature Conservancy and UNEP, was set up in Through its Reef Rescue Initiative, with the collaboration of various donors and partners, it is developing emergency response actions and long-term financing.MICRONESIA CONSERVATION TRUST SUSTAINABLE FINANCING SEMINAR Republic of Palau Novem MCT A registered Non-Government Financial Institution with an Aim of providing Sustainable Financing for Community Based Conservation Programs and Projects • NEED TO CREATE AN IN-COUNTRY SUSTAINABLE FUNDING MECHANISM FOR CONSERVATION .The Inaya Marine Conservation Program consists of an Adopt A Coral and Marine Sustainable Conservation Financing (drop box).
The goals are to support coral & giant clam conservation, giving an opportunity for individuals, groups or corporates to be aware of the conservation and promoting awareness of coral reefs and giant clam conservation.