4 edition of Are coastal zone management and economic development complementary in Sri Lanka? found in the catalog.
1993 by The Dept. and the Coastal Resources Management Project of the University of Rhode Island in [Colombo], Sri Lanka .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Alan T. White and Mervyn Wijeratne ; [organised and sponsored by Coast Conservation Department, Sri Lanka ... et al.].|
|Contributions||White, Alan T., Wijeratne, Mervyn., Sri Lanka. Coast Conservation Dept., University of Rhode Island. Coastal Resources Management Project.|
|LC Classifications||HT395.S74 S46 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 61 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||61|
|LC Control Number||95904676|
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Coastal Zone Management Handbook comprises the first complete manual on coastal resource planning and management technology. Written by an international consultant, this handbook reflects a global perspective on the natural resources, sensitivities, economics, development, productivity, and diversity of coastal zones.
Coastal erosion continues to be a major issue in coastal zone management. Coastal erosion has been accelerated in many areas of Sri Lanka’s coastline due to activities of humans, both within and at the inland of the coastal zone (Table ). Managing human activities and development initiatives along an already eroding and continually developing coastline is so much complicated.
The Special Coastal Management Area (SCMA) concept based on comanagement principles is considered to be an effective and viable approach for integrated coastal resources management in Sri Lanka. The Coastal Resource Management Project addressed urgent coastal problems in Sri Lanka, including (i) serious erosion, especially in areas with concentrated economic activity or vital infrastructure; (ii) unmanaged fishing; (iii) pollution and uncontrolled exploitation of lagoons, estuaries, coral reefs, sea grassmangroves, beds, wetlands, and.
ECONOMIC AND COMPLEMENTARY POLICIES management action plans, whilst in Sri Lanka, the issuance of Environment Protection Licensing (EPL) has been decentralized. Similarly, the issuance of Master Plan; Coastal Zone Management Plan CENTRAL ASIA.
Table of Contents Acknowledgements 9 1. From government to governance in. Sri Lanka has a strong foundation in and capacity for coastal management.
It has a coastal zone management programme that has been in operation for three decades, three cabinet approved Coastal Zone Management Plans (CZMPs), a dedicated line agency, the Coast Conservation and Coastal Resources Managemet Department and a large contingent of well trained technical experts and coastal managers.
Sri Lanka has an excessively complex tariff structure that distorts the structure of the economy in important ways. It is a priority for the Government of Sri Lanka (GoSL) to rationalize the system in order to facilitate a transition to greater economic diversification, stronger export growth, and the emergence of new, higher paying jobs.
Economics of Coastal Zone Management in the Pacific Economics of Coastal Zone Management in the Pacific CHAPTER 2 Table Typical economic activities in the coastal Are coastal zone management and economic development complementary in Sri Lanka?
book of PICTs. Coastal Zone Management Act; Other short titles: Marine Resources and Engineering Development Act of Amendment: Long title: An Act to establish a national policy and develop a national program for the management, beneficial use, protection, and development of the land and water resources of the Nation's coastal zones, and for other d by: the 92nd United States Congress.
Sri Lanka’s coastal zone has served as a focal point for the social, cultural, environmental and economic development of the country for centuries. The land area of the coastal zone, which is approximately 24 percent of the total land area, is.
1 Director of Coast Conservation, Coast Conservation Department, Sri by: 6. Philippine Coastal Management Guidebook No. 7: Managing Impacts of Development in the Coastal Zone. Coastal Resource Management Project of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Cebu City, Philippines, p.
Tanzania Ministry of Natural Resources & Tourism. Guidelines for Coastal Tourism Development in Tanzania. Coasts and Estuaries: The Future provides valuable information on how we can protect and maintain natural ecological structures while also allowing estuaries to deliver services that produce societal goods and benefits.
These issues are addressed through chapters detailing case studies from estuaries and coastal waters worldwide, presenting a full range of natural variability and human pressures. Participatory Coastal Zone restoration and s ustainable GEF Approved by Management in the Eastern GrAnT GEF Council 10/09/ 31/05/ all criteria Province of Post-Tsunami sri lanka Dec (extended) (completed) Project (referred to as “GEF project”) Evaluability of projects covered by sri lanka CsPE in This grant is fully blended in the IFAD loan entitled, “Post Tsunami Coastal Restoration and Coastal Communities Resource Management Programme.” The long-term goal of the project is to rehabilitate tsunami-affected ecosystems in Sri Lanka to provide full ecosystem services including adaptation against extreme climatic events.
Integrated Coastal and Ocean Management was conceived to address the difficult problem of managing among overlapping jurisdictions, competing coastal and ocean uses, and sensitive environments. Developed in conjunction with the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, UNESCO, and the International Year of the Ocean, this volume is a practical guidebook for managers, policymakers, and.
OVERVIEW. If coastal resource system are to remain productive, their management requires a holistic and comprehensive approach. It may be necessary to define a broad management zone - one extending from the coastal hinterlands and lowlands (the “dry side”) to the coastal waters and the deep sea (the “wet side”); and a multi-sector management programme must be devised so that all.
Mile Exclusive Economic Zone a:nd Fishery Development in Sri Lanka By LESJUE JOSEPH* The Law of the Sea Convention permits each coastal state an Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) of nautical miles.-'Vi thin this zone, each coastal state has sovereign rights to explore for fish resources around the coastal waters of Sri Lanka in COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT IN SRI LANKA: CURRENT ISSUES AND MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES.
Sri Lanka is an island with a coastline of 1, kilometers and a land area of 64, square kilometers, situated between the latitudes of 50 55' and 90 51' North and the longitudes of 41' and 54' East within the tropic of Cancer.
Their conclusion is that Sri Lanka should implement a coastal zone planning and management programme in order to mitigate the possible risk of sea level rising due to climate change.
Sandeep Jayawardena of IPS has looked at another area relating to sea level rising due to climate change. That is, its impact on coral reefs of Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka has developed a range of policies for combating adverse impacts from global climate change.
Uniquely in the region, approximately million ha of land (nearly 39% of the total land. Sri Lanka –SRI(SF) Coastal Resource Management Project Sri Lanka Ministry of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Development SDR28, PCR: SRI B. Loan Data 1. Appraisal – Date Started – Date Completed 2.
Loan Negotiations – Date Started – Date Completed 3. Date of Board Approval 4. Date of Loan Agreement 5. The first of the series forTraining on Economic Valuation of Coastal Ecosystems was held by the Coast Conservation and Coastal Resources Management Department (CC&CRMD) on 2 nd and 3 rd May at the Sri Lanka foundation Institute in Colombo 7.
The objective of the programme was to train the coastal planners in environmental economic concepts and its application. The WACA program provides countries with access to technical expertise and finance to support the sustainable development of coastal zones, using the management of coastal erosion and hazardous flooding as entry point.
The Program consists of a series of coastal resilience investment projects (ResIP) and a scale-up Platform. management of marine resources, including fisheries, aquaculture and tourism.” The World Bank Group and UN DESA were appointed as co-conveners of IPWG 6.
The membership of the working group includes: The World Bank Group (WBG), UN Depart - ment of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA), UN Environment, Food and Agriculture Orga -File Size: 1MB. SRI LANKA NATIONAL AGRICULTURE POLICY 1. Introduction 2.
Goals and Objectives 3. The agricultural sector is the cornerstone in Sri Lanka’s economy with more than 70% of the targeted towards a planned socio-economic development of the country.
Rapid growth of theFile Size: KB. BOBLMEP/National Report Sri Lanka Page 8 2. STATUS AND DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL OF THE COASTAL AND MARINE ENVIRONMENT AND ITS LIVING RESOURCES.
The coastal and marine environment of Sri Lanka, with its varied habitats and resources, play a dominant role in the economy. Coastal Zone • India’s coastline of over km.
• Supports a wide variety of coastal activities. • Comprise various types of coastal habitats. • Plays a major role in terms of economy and ecology. • Natural processes and human interventions cause changes in status of coastal zone resulting in degradation/loss of amenities and habitats.
• An interface between land and sea with File Size: 2MB. electricity use and economic development conducted by Ferguson et al (), there is a strong correlation between electricity use and economic development2.
The Pearson correlation coefficient between growth in annual electricity use and average annual economic growth for Sri Lanka during the period – is (Ferguson et al, “Tourism” is the buzzword in Sri Lanka like in several other coastal countries.
Whether it is the 1, km coastline and the numerous national parks or the lush tea estates and the botanical gardens, Sri Lanka captures the fancy of many tourists.
The Ministry of Economic Development was a former ministry of the Government of Sri Lanka, and was a member ministry of the cabinet of Sri was briefly merged with several other ministries and renamed the Ministry of Policy Planning, Economics Affairs, Child, Youth and Cultural Affairs from January onwards, before being replaced by the Ministry of National Policies and Economic Jurisdiction: Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka.
Emerton L., Huxham M., Bournazel J., Kumara M.P. () Valuing Ecosystems as an Economic Part of Climate-Compatible Development Infrastructure in Coastal Zones of Kenya & Sri Lanka. In: Renaud F., Sudmeier-Rieux K., Estrella M., Nehren U. (eds) Ecosystem-Based Disaster Risk Reduction and Adaptation in by: 1.
The affected region in Sri Lanka harbors many key marine and coastal ecosystems such as coral reefs, mangroves, seagrass beds, coastal sand dunes, mudflats, salt marshes, backwaters and lagoons, environmentally sensitive All dug wells in the coastal zone in areas The estimated budget for development of guidelines, removal ofFile Size: KB.
Sri Lanka a country study have been used in the preparation of the current book, and the authors of Sri Lanka: A Country Study are grateful for the seminal Coastal belt (less than STATUS OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS INDICATORS IN SRI LANKA: Department of Census and Statistics CHAPTER 8 82 GOAL 8: Promote Sustained, Inclusive and Sustainable Economic Growth, Full and Productive Employment and Decent Work for all 82 Data already Compiled by DCS 83 Data to be Compiled by DCS 89 CHAPTER 9 The Sri Lankan academic community including the state universities could play a crucial role in the process of preparing the country to achieve sustainable development agenda by Being the first ‘green’ university in Sri Lanka, the NSBM, is well-placed.
Sri Lanka - Sri Lanka - British Ceylon (–): The British East India Company’s conquest of Sri Lanka, which the British called Ceylon, occurred during the wars of the French Revolution (–).
When the Netherlands came under French control, the British began to move into Sri Lanka from India. The Dutch, after a halfhearted resistance, surrendered the island in Integrated coastal zone management (ICZM) or Integrated coastal management (ICM) is a process for the management of the coast using an integrated approach, regarding all aspects of the coastal zone, including geographical and political boundaries, in an attempt to achieve sustainability.
This concept was born in during the Earth Summit of Rio de Janeiro. Maryland’s Coastal Zone Management (CZM) Program was federally approved in in response to the passage of the Federal Coastal Zone Management Act inwhich provides funds to coastal states to develop and administer coastal zone management Size: KB.
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