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|Main Title||Beyond 2000 : an agenda for integrated coastal management development : post-conference report of CZC 2000 /|
|Publisher||[Coastal Zone Canada Association],|
|Subjects||Coastal zone management--Canada--Planning ; Coastal zone management--Citizen participation ; Sustainable development--Canada--Planning ; Sustainable fisheries--Canada--Planning ; Marine parks and reserves--Canada--Planning ; Coasts--Government policy--Canada--Planning|
|Collation||21 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm|
Discusses seven important and emerging integrated coastal management cross-sectoral concepts: 1) community involvement in ICM; 2) global, national, and regional programs of action; 3) marine protected areas; 4) property rights and allocation of access; 5) monitoring coastal health and restoration; 6) information infrastructures; and 7) the need for ICM to include integrated catchment management. The MPA section includes focus boxes on community involvement in establishing MPAs; the lessons of MPA site selection; and Maori culture and New Zealand's coastal management system. Document rationale -- Beyond 2000 at a glance -- Brief review of Baseline 2000 and links to related documents -- Introduction -- Community involvement in ICM -- Global, national and regional programmes of action -- Marine protected areas -- Property rights and allocation of access -- Monitoring coastal health and restoration -- Information infrastructures -- ICM must include integrated catchment management -- Minimal criteria for successful ICM initiatives -- Checklist of challenges facing ICM in Canada and globally in 2000.