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|Title: ||Cote D’ivoire Coastal Zone : Phase 1: Integrated Environmental Problem Analysis|
|Authors: ||Ibo Guei, J.|
Kouassi Aka, M.
N’Goran Ya, N.
|ASFA Terms: ||Coastal zone|
Integrated coastal zone management
|Issue Date: ||Mar-2002|
|Abstract: ||This report is part of the Global Environmental Facility (GEF)-Medium Size Project (MSP) on the Development and Protection of the Coastal and Marine Environment in Sub-Sahara Africa. The objective of the first phase of this project , involving eleven Sub-Saharan African countries (Côte d’Ivoire, Gambia, Ghana, Kenya, Mauritius, Mozambique, Nigeria, Senegal, Seychelles, South Africa and Tanzania), are to:
• identify sites or living resources of national, regional and global significance that are suffering measurable degradation;
• identify sites and resources of regional significance that, although not currently degraded, are threatened with future degradation either because of the sensitivity of the receptor or the magnitude of the activity posing the threat;
• determine the sources/causes of this degradation and the associated scales of impact (national, regional and global) to provide a basis for calculating incrementality at regional and extra-regional scales; and
• determine, through root-cause analysis, the fundamental causes of the damage or threat posed.|
|Appears in Collections:||Miscellaneous|
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