This report summarises the paper on policies, laws, mandates and institutional structures completed by the Southern African Institute for Environmental Assessment (SAIEA) for Nacoma in June 2007.
This summary highlights the key issues of concern regarding the management of Namibia’s coastline and related resources. It also discusses the management options that might help guide future development along this coast.
This report provides input into the compilation of a White Paper that will lead to the strengthening of laws and institutions linked to coastal management in Namibia.Download Document: Issues & options for institutional mandates, policies & laws relating to coastal management
The Namibian government has embarked upon a new chapter in terms of managing its coast. It has recognised the huge potential for development in this unique environment and it is determined to ensure that this development is sustainable.
Achieving the right balance between conservation and development is a huge challenge. Meeting this challenge requires a systematic approach that combines scientific analysis, stakeholder consultations, adaptive management, forging strong partnerships and the courage to try new ideas.
This report highlights the key issues and options that might best be pursued in order to achieve improved and more effective management and development on the Namibian coast. This report is not a “position paper”. Instead, it is a discussion paper that will hopefully stimulate thoughts and reactions and through this, help the Namibian government to implement with vigour effective and efficient Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM) system for Namibia.in the months and years ahead.Download Document: Review of existing institutional mandates, policies & laws relating to coastal management
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