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Case study #2: Marine Plan Partnership (MaPP) for the North Pacific Coast of BC

"Communicating Ecosystem-based Management" is a UN Environment/ GRID-Arendal report that strives to highlight practical examples in the communication of ecosystem-based management. These case studies were chosen to reflect the diversity of communication objectives and approaches, which could be dependent on factors such as the scale of implementation, geography, entry point, target audience, messages and budget.


The Marine Plan Partnership (MaPP) for the North Pacific Coast applies ecosystem-based management principles that cut across agencies and sectors, rather than taking a traditional sectoral approach.


Year: 2018

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Produced by: GRID-Arendal

Tags: Ecosystem-Based Management North Pacific Coast

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