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Widening and strengthening marine protected area stakeholder engagement using an integrated ecosystem-based approach
  • Published Date:
    2012
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    United States, National Ocean Service, ; University of the West Indies (Cave Hill, Barbados), Centre for Resource Management and Environmental Studies, ;
  • Description:
    "The Grenada Fisheries Division developed a marine protected area (MPA) programme in 1980, with assistance from an external funding source. The Division coordinated the designation of the Woburn/Clarke's Court Bay and Moliniere/Beausejour MPAs in 2001 (Gardner 2006). Currently, independent consultants are working with the Fisheries Division to develop the Woburn/Clarke's Court Bay MPA (WCCBMPA) management plan and zoning plans. While the MPA management plan development is underway, a number of governance issues and the integration between government institutions will shape the quality and effectiveness of MPA implementation. Under the CERMES NOAA MPA adaptive governance project, this team has been conducting follow up activities at the WCCBMPA. The first site based activity focused on fishermen consultations. The second follow up activity took place during the MPA governance workshop field trip, and focused on multi-stakeholder consultation meetings for the WCCBMPA"--Introduction.

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    Funding: Funded by the National Ocean Service; project number: NA11NOS4820012;
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