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Learning Frontiers in the Practice of Integrated Coastal Management

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Abstract:

Since the Rio conference in 1992 investments in integrated coastal management (ICM) have increased dramatically. National and subnational governments have undertaken many initiatives to protect and develop coastal areas. Extensive field experience has advanced understanding of the operational attributes of ICM. This article reviews the principles and operational attributes of ICM that have become well accepted, particularly from the perspective of international ICM donors and professionals. A common understanding of the fundamentals of ICM provides a base from which targeted and systematic study and assessment of ICM can be conducted. Several thematic areas are suggested where there are currently important needs and opportunities for collective study and learning in ICM. The important role of donors is emphasized in supporting collaborative learning initiatives that advance understanding of ICM, and improve and expand the practice.

Keywords: COLLABORATIVE LEARING NETWORKS; DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT; DONORS; ICM PRACTICE; LEARNING THEMES

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/089207502900228

Publication date: October 1, 2002

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