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Outlook for fish to 2020: meeting global demand
The seemingly inexhaustible oceans have proved to be finite after all. Landings of wild fish have leveled off since the mid-1980s, and many stocks of fish are fished so heavily that their future is threatened. And yet the ...
Community-based approaches to marine and coastal resources management in the Philippines: a policy perspective
This is a study undertaken to ascertain the elements and trends at the local and national levels, which define therights and rules that provide the management framework for the implementation of different types of locally ...
Institutional and policy issues in the management of fisheries and coastal resources in Cambodia
This chapter raised several important issues on the legal, institutional and policy frameworks coastal resources and environmental management in the country. It shows that a top down approach is still the predominant ...
Institutional and policy perspectives in the management of fisheries and coastal resources in Thailand
Important fishery and coastal resources in Thailand are already being degraded or threatened by various anthropogenic factors. These factors include a rapidly growing coastal population, bureaucratic or administrative ...