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Título: Evolution of latin american approaches to integrated coastal management (ICM): paths, outcomes, and governance baselines
Autor: Perez Bolde, Carlos Francisco Castellanos
Orientador: Newton, Alice
Bloye, Stephen
Palavras-chave: Teses
Zona costeira
Gestão costeira
Data de Defesa: 2010
Resumo: Latin America is a mosaic of social, economic, political and environmental realities where thousands of ICM efforts have been implemented, and only a few successful cases have been documented. This thesis focuses on governance of the coastal zone, and identifies and synthesizes the evolution of approaches to Integrated Coastal Management (ICM) in Latin America, and puts into such context the Governance Baselines methodology. In order to achieve such objective, and as no ICM classification framework has been developed to the best understanding of its author, this thesis proposes the SALM ICM evolution path classification based on observations derived from its preparation process. Derivated from LOICZ Priority Topic 3 ?Linking Governance and Science in Coastal Regions?, the Governance Baselines methodology has been successfully implemented in several contexts ? i.e. protected areas, urbanized coasts, and rural, multiple use estuaries? in both high- and low-income Latin American countries. This thesis found that success of ICM management efforts tends to depend on the extent to which management efforts are able to integrate all four GESAMP-defined institutional or 1st Order outcomes ?unambiguous goals, constituencies, formal commitment, and institutional capacity?, and turn them into outcomes of superior order; particularly the systematically neglected and critical conduct and use changes in the behavior of institutions, individuals, groups, businesses and investments ? 2nd Order?, are i) the essence and drivers of environmental and socioeconomic benefits ?3rd Order outcomes?, and, even more, ii) the cause of the threatens to the coastal zone.
Descrição: Dissertação mest., Gestão da Água e da Costa, Universidade do Algarve, 2010
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.1/345
Designação: Mestrado em Gestão da Água e da Costa
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