The solution addresses stakeholder participation for planning and management of Israel’s marine space.
The Grenadines MarSIS illustrates how a participatory geographic information system (PGIS) approach supported the development of demand-driven information on marine resources and spatial uses of the transboundary Grenada Bank.
The solution aims at sustainable development in coastal areas of the East Asian Seas region by reducing and preventing impacts of natural disasters, climate change and sea level rise.
Protected Areas (PAs) are a powerful tool for biodiversity conservation. In Mexico, more than 175 federal PAs protect over 25.6 million hectares of habitats and landscapes.
This solution ensured the local communities were actively engaged throughout the most recent planning process for the GBR Marine Park.
This solution addresses how effective zoning has become a cornerstone for managing the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) Marine Park.
Soon after the first offshore oil field was discovered an intense public debate started in Mauritania about environmental and social risks of this sector.
This solution addresses achieving effective MPA management, especially with resource limitations, in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, Australia
This solution addresses the complexities of having multiple jurisdictions and interests involved in co-managing a very large and diverse area.
This solution uses scientific information to prioritize sites of importance for conservation that are vulnerable to climate change on the northern Pacific coast of Costa Rica.