Including a financing scheme in the Manado Oceans Declaration is a sticking point at this week’s World Oceans Conference in Indonesia. On Thursday, following closed negotiations held throughout the week, delegates adopted the Manado Ocean Declaration by acclamation. Manado Ocean Declaration. Adopted on 14 MAY , in Manado. Project Fostering a Global Dialogue on Oceans, Coasts, and SIDS.
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She emphasized the importance of the UN Convention on the Law declwration the Sea UNCLOS as the legal framework for the regulation of activities at sea and explained the fundamental role of oceans in regulating the climate system. A series of speeches were given by: Its Scientific Committee will meet from 31 May – 12 June He noted the UN system initiatives on: The Philippines maintained the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and pursue renewable energies for local adaptation purposes.
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The meeting sought to accelerate progress in achieving international ocean policy targets, especially those related to the WSSD and the Millennium Development Goals. He highlighted that his province has achieved harmony among a high seclaration of cultural and ethnic diversity.
Minister Numberi announced that despite introducing the regional plan of action for the Coral Triangle, much remains to be done. She introduced the Mexican climate change programme, and noted the development declatation implementation of a national environmental policy for sustainable development of oceans and coasts, based on the ecosystem approach.
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He reported that participants agreed on the need for existing agreements to be implemented, and that msnado will require grater institutional capacity.
Financing from developed countries to assist developing countries in: Negotiations to reach a consensus have seen the softening of the language of the final declaration to allow a compromise between developed and developing countries, with provisions for adaptation funds and transfer of technology scaled back noticeably.
He noted that donor support should be based on the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness, emphasizing that ownership of Action Plans rests with individual member states.
He cited the Masdar and Estidama initiatives in Abu Dhabi as examples of climate change strategies, which include clean energy, green building, and ocesn conservation declarztion.
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Michael Somare, Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea, stressed that future generations depend on the conservation of natural resources, and highlighted his country as an epicenter of biodiversity. Local Implementation and Good Practices. Witoelar recognized ocean and coastal zones as among the ecosystems most impacted by climate change.
Catalogue Persistent Identifier https: Emil Salim, University of Indonesia, presented a keynote address, emphasizing the importance of the Pacific Ocean in regulating the climate system. He cautioned that climate change will tip the balance of fisheries management in favor of fisheries collapse and mentioned declaratjon marine initiatives by the Seychelles, such as: Witoelar also suggested numerous clean development mechanism activities that could be considered by UNFCCC, including: To learn more about how to request items watch this short online video.
On funding perspectives for the CTI, he highlighted current investments from Australia, Singapore, the US and the Asian Development Bank, underscoring the need to assure sustainable funding through delaration. Hilman stressed that although local scale projects are more expensive, they provide data with greater detail and accuracy.
She highlighted the subjects to be deliberated at Global Ocean Policy Day, including: Advancing Ecosystem Management and Integrated Coastal and Ocean Management by in the Context of Climate Changeheld in in Hanoi, Viet Nam, which recognized the need to raise the profile of the oceans and coasts within climate change negotiations. Questions from the floor called for more immediate access to scientific and policy information and the permanent review of oceans within UN General Assembly processes.
Kay Kalim, Deputy Secretary with the Department of Environment and Conservation, Papua New Guinea, reviewed the outcomes of the CTI Summit, including the development of systematic financial planning processes and a working group to develop a regional strategy on financial resources. Browse titles authors subjects uniform titles series callnumbers dewey numbers starting from optional.
He acknowledged the large number of MPAs already established in the Coral Triangle region, declaaration noted the lack of information available on connectivity and how well these MPAs have been managed. Earlier, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton also expressed support for the outcome of the seclaration, saying it could help focus the world attention on the link between oceans and climate change, and advance global efforts to find science based solutions to the problems we face.
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declararion Natasha Stacey, Charles Darwin University, Australia, presented findings of pilot research designed to improve knowledge of whale shark migrations ocfan East Indonesia and create whale shark conservation opportunities for Indonesian fishers. Local officials expressed hope that the ceremony would encourage similar planting and cleaning endeavors in communities throughout Sulawesi and Indonesia.
The speakers described how climate change poses a threat to these conditions by increasing ocean temperatures and ocean acidification, among other concerns. Further information on the Library’s opening hours is available at: Moses Murihungirire, Ministry of Fisheries and Resources Management, Namibia, discussed the dynamics of biotic and abiotic components of the northern Benguela Current system.
Summary of WOC – May – Manado – Indonesia
Angela Cropper, Deputy Executive Director, UNEP, acknowledged the important interface between climate change and oceans, oceam recommended further elements to be considered by Global Ocean Policy Day, including other interconnected impacts to oceans ecosystems, such as: He highlighted current limitations, including lack of infrastructure and skilled human resources, and accessibility of remote islands.
Another speaker encouraged Indonesians to charge higher fees for tourists to visit national parks containing coral reefs. Other associated meetings will be held from June