Local and regional experiences with assessing and fostering ocean health

Blasiak, Robert, Pacheco, Erich, Furuya, Ken, Golden, Christopher D., Jauharee, Ahmed R., Natori, Yoji, Saito, Hiroaki, Sinan, Hussein, Tanaka, Takehiro, Yagi, Nobuyuki and Yiu, Evonne, (2016). Local and regional experiences with assessing and fostering ocean health. Marine Policy, 71(September 2016), 54-59

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    Author Blasiak, Robert
    Pacheco, Erich
    Furuya, Ken
    Golden, Christopher D.
    Jauharee, Ahmed R.
    Natori, Yoji
    Saito, Hiroaki
    Sinan, Hussein
    Tanaka, Takehiro
    Yagi, Nobuyuki
    Yiu, Evonne
    Title Local and regional experiences with assessing and fostering ocean health
    Appearing in Marine Policy
    Volume 71
    Issue No. September 2016
    Publication Date 2016-05
    Place of Publication Cardiff
    Publisher Elsevier Ltd.
    Start page 54
    End page 59
    Language eng
    Abstract During the international symposium on “Regional Applications and Nexus of the Ocean Health Index” at The University of Tokyo in Japan in July 2015, a range of experts, practitioners and researchers discussed the potential for assessing the current state of ocean health at different scales, as well as changes over time. Discussions focused on how the successful assessment and implementation of projects aimed at fostering ocean health and resilient coastal ecosystems strongly depends on a multi-stakeholder approach and local leadership. In addition, recent examples of regional independent assessments conducted using the Ocean Health Index were introduced, with an accompanying explanation of how the Index goals can be adjusted, specified or weighted in line with a local context or policy direction. This manuscript introduces key points raised during the symposium as well as relevant supplementary materials.
    UNBIS Thesaurus MALDIVES
    JAPAN
    Keyword Sustainable management
    Ecosystem services
    Regional assessment
    Ocean Health Index
    Multi-stakeholder approach
    Copyright Holder Elsevier B.V.
    Copyright Year 2016
    Copyright type All rights reserved
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