The United Nations University's “Noto Satoumi Movement”: Connecting Japan's Coastal Management to Global Ocean Problems

Yiu, Evonne, (2019). The United Nations University's “Noto Satoumi Movement”: Connecting Japan's Coastal Management to Global Ocean Problems. Ocean Newsletter Selected Papers, (23), 18-19

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    Author Yiu, Evonne
    Title The United Nations University's “Noto Satoumi Movement”: Connecting Japan's Coastal Management to Global Ocean Problems
    Appearing in Ocean Newsletter Selected Papers
    Issue No. 23
    Publication Date 2019-02
    Place of Publication Tokyo
    Publisher The Ocean Policy Research Institute of the Sasakawa Peace Foundation (OPRI-SPF)
    Start page 18
    End page 19
    Language eng
    Abstract The United Nations University (UNU) has been conducting the “Noto Satoumi Movement” since 2015 on the research and conservation of “Noto's Satoyama Satoumi” in Noto Peninsula of Ishikawa Prefecture, which is designated by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) as Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS). In order to promote the concept of Satoumi, the importance of its conservation and the livelihoods of people working on Satoumi (coastal seas settlements), we have been making public outreach efforts on Satoumi creation such as conducting a series of public lectures, research studies, and conservation activities. In addition, we have been disseminating the idea of Satoumi to the world, and expanding the network of cooperation in promoting Satoumi creation.
    Keyword Satoyama-Satoumi
    Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems
    Satoumi movement
    Copyright Holder The Ocean Policy Research Institute of the Sasakawa Peace Foundation
    Copyright Year 2019
    Copyright type All rights reserved
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