Marine transboundary conservation and protected areas
- edited by Peter Mackelworth.
- Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2016.
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- Physical description
- xii, 313 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
- Earthscan oceans.
- Mackelworth, Peter, editor.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Introduction Peter Mackelworth
- 1. The Problems Posed by Marine Protected Areas having a Transboundary Character Tullio Scovazzi and Ilaria Tani
- 2. Defining Approaches to the Management of Large Marine Systems Hugh Kirkman and Peter Mackelworth
- 3. Harnessing Market Forces for Financial Inclusivity in Marine and Coastal Conservation: Lessons from Market Systems Development Approach Zenebe Bashaw Uraguchi and Essam Yassin Mohammed
- 4. Democracy and Neo-liberal Policies affecting Conservation Policy Gabriela Kutting
- 5. Remembering the Red Sea Marine Peace Park Michelle Portman and Yael Teff-Seker
- 6. The Prospect of a Transboundary Marine Protected Area to Help Resolve the Piran Bay Border Dispute in the Northern Adriatic Peter Mackelworth, Matic Jancic, Bojan Lazar and Drasko Holcer
- 7. The Philippines-Sabah Turtle Islands Heritage Protected Area (TIHPA) Evangeline Miclat and Enrique Nunez
- 8. Protected Land and Sea Areas between Corsica and Sardinia: The Case Study of the Natural Reserve of the Strait of Bonifacio and La Maddalena Archipelago National Park Giuseppe Bonanno and Enrico Lippi
- 9. Building on the Pelagos Sanctuary for Mediterranean Marine Mammals Giuseppe Notarbartolo di Sciara and Tundi Agardy
- 10. The West African Regional Network of Marine Protected Areas: An Effective Tool for Bridging the Gap between Two International Environmental Frameworks Dominique Duval-Diop
- 11. The Coral Triangle: Securing Investments for Oceans Stuart Campbell and Lida Pet Soede
- 12. The Wadden Sea, Trans-boundary Cooperation on a Shared Natural Heritage Jens Enemark
- 13. Marine Peace Park Korea Initiative in the Western Transboundary Coastal Area of the Korean Peninsula Jungho Nam and Daeseok Kang
- 14. The Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System Alejandro Arrivillaga and Maria Eugenia Arreola
- 15. Conserving the Charlie-Gibbs Fracture Zone: One of the World's First High Seas Marine Protected Areas David Johnson
- 16. Conclusion Peter Mackelworth.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)
The marine environment does not naturally respect arbitrary international boundaries. The establishment and management of transboundary marine protected areas therefore presents major governance challenges. This book analyses a series of marine transboundary conservation initiatives embedded in varying contextual situations to examine the underlying reasons for their success or failure. Utilising an adapted 'pathways of influence' framework, it provides insights into the development of marine transboundary conservation initiatives looking at the effectiveness of international rules, international norms and discourse, market forces and direct access to policy making. Examples come from a wide range of jurisdictions, including territorial seas, continental shelves, exclusive economic zones and areas beyond national jurisdiction. Case studies include initiatives in the Coral Triangle, West Africa, Central America, the Wadden Sea, the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. In addition the authors assess the potential for developing wider international cooperation as a result of relationships forged though involvement within these marine transboundary conservation initiatives.
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