Participatory governance is a new experience developed by Senegal in the process of organizing, setting up and managing its network of marine protected areas.
East Atlantic Flyway partnership for the conservation of tidal flat ecosystems Banc d’Arguin – Wadden Sea
Europe’s Wadden Sea (DK, DE, NL) and Mauritania’s National Park Banc d’Arguin (PNBA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in 2014 to protect the migratory birds.
This solution addresses the killing of sea turtles, egg poaching and the unawareness on their importance in Sierra Leone.
This solution addresses raising awareness and effectively engaging the community in endangered species protection and marine conservation.
Imraguen women are engaged in processing fishery products using different species of fish, the most famous is the yellow mullet.
The IUCN Ecosystems Protecting Infrastructure and Communities (EPIC) project, is using local knowledge to reforest areas, restore degraded lands and regulate natural resource use in the protected area.
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.