The workshop lays the foundation for the implementation of marine spatial planning in the country.
Togo is preparing to launch the elaboration of its State of the Marine Environment (SoME) report through a training workshop on methodology
Following the example of Benin, Côte d’Ivoire, and Ghana, Togo is laying the foundations for integrated ocean management.
Local community perspectives are crucial to the State of the Marine Environment (SoME) assessment process in Cote d’Ivoire
Community representatives bring their local perspectives on the environment to the fore during SoME reporting consultation workshops.
The report was validated during a two-day workshop in Grand-Bassam.
State of the Marine Environment (SoME) report pre-validation workshop for Côte d’Ivoire in San Pedro
The sustainable management of marine and coastal resources at the center of the exchanges during this second workshop aimed at the validation of the SoME report.
The workshop is the first of a series of three workshops aimed at the validation of the SoME report by the stakeholders involved in the management of the marine and coastal environment in the country.
Environment Protection Agency – Sierra Leone is supporting the development of a legal national framework for integrated coastal zone management
In the face of climate change, sea level rise, and coastal erosion, the Environmental Protection Agency – Sierra Leone is conducting vulnerability assessments and stakeholder consultations in the country.
In a tourist-free world, decision-makers need to critically reconsider the potential of ecotourism as a financing mechanism for conservation.
The approval of the SoME report constitutes an important milestone towards enhancing Integrated Ocean Management in the country and in West Africa.
Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana come together with the objective of creating the first transboundary Marine Protected Area in the region
On July 30th 2020, Environment Ministers from both countries met online to approve the preliminary documents of the project.