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Handbook on the Economics and Management of Sustainable Oceans

Edited by Paulo A.L.D. Nunes, Lisa E. Svensson and Anil Markandya

in Books from Edward Elgar Publishing

Abstract: The trans-disciplinary thematic areas of oceans management and policy require stocktaking of the state of knowledge on ecosystem services being derived from coastal and marine areas. Recently adopted Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) especially Goals 14 and 15 explicitly focus on this. This Handbook brings together a carefully chosen set of world-class contributions from ecology, economics, and other development science and attempts to provide policy relevant scientific information on ecosystem services from marine and coastal ecosystems, nuances of economic valuation, relevant legal and sociological response policies for effective management of marine areas for enhanced human well being. The contributors focus on the possible nexus of science-society and science-policy with the objective of informing on decision makers of the governmental agencies, business and industry and civil society in general with respect to sustainable management of Oceans.

Keywords: Economics and Finance; Environment (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
ISBN: 9781786430717
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Chapters in this book:

Ch 1 A socio-economic framework for integrating multi-use offshore platforms in sustainable blue growth management: theory and applications , pp 25-43 Downloads
Phoebe Koundouri, Osiel González Dávila, Amerissa Giannouli, José Hernández Brito, Erasmia Kotoroni, Katja Mintenbeck Evdokia Mailli, Chrysoula Papagianni and Ioannis Souliotis
Ch 2 The Northern Mozambique Channel: a capitals approach to a Blue Economy future , pp 44-71 Downloads
Valerie Burgener David O. Obura, Peter Scheren Harifidy O. Ralison, Paulo Nunes, Andrea Ghermandi Melita Samoilys, Dixon Waruinge and John Tanzer
Ch 3 Nature’s ‘blue’ value: innovating approaches to valuing our ocean and coasts , pp 72-92 Downloads
Yannick Beaudoin, Alberto Pacheco Capella, Julie Richardson, Remi Mongruel, Jim Marsden Megan Seneque and John Gowdy
Ch 4 Aquaculture in the Mediterranean and the Black Sea: a Blue Growth perspective , pp 93-123 Downloads
Fabio Massa, Laura Onofri and Davide Fezzardi
Ch 5 Valuing marine ecosystem services loss from oil spills for use in cost–benefit analysis of preventive measures , pp 124-137 Downloads
Ståle Navrud, Henrik Lindhjem and Kristin Magnussen
Ch 6 Assessing the annual revenue of marine industries operating at Condor seamount, Azores , pp 138-151 Downloads
Adriana Ressurreição, Gui Menezes and Eva Giacomello
Ch 7 Economic value of marine ecosystem services for sustainable ocean management: the case of Mauritius , pp 152-173 Downloads
Riad Sultan
Ch 8 Preferences for marine protection in Okinawa: a comparison of management options and two groups of beneficiaries , pp 174-198 Downloads
Payal Shah, Sahan Dissanayake, Nils Carlson, Yoko Fujita and Paulo Nunes
Ch 9 Collaborative, adaptive management of the Mesoamerican Reef , pp 201-220 Downloads
Melanie McField, Ian Drysdale, Marisol Rueda Flores, Roberto Pott and Ana Giró Petersen
Ch 10 Operationalizing the ecosystem approach to resolve mismatches in ocean governance , pp 221-231 Downloads
Maialen Garmendia, Anil Markandya, Elena Ojea and Marta Pascual
Ch 11 Impact of high seas closure on food security in low-income fish-dependent countries , pp 232-262 Downloads
Louise Teh, Vicky Lam, William Cheung, Dana Miller, Lydia Teh and U. Rashid Sumaila
Ch 12 Jellyfish outbreaks and recreation in the Mediterranean Sea: welfare impacts and impacted recreationist types in Tel Aviv and Barcelona coastlines , pp 263-277 Downloads
Maria Loureiro, Andrea Ghermandi, Bella Galil, John Gowdy and Paulo Nunes
Ch 13 A story of the successful application of a co-management fishing regime in Suruga Bay, Japan , pp 278-295 Downloads
Makoto Omori, Ayumi Onuma and Nami Okubo
Ch 14 The socio-economic impacts of marine litter, including the costs of policy inaction and action , pp 296-319 Downloads
Emma Watkins, Patrick ten Brink, Marianne Kettunen Sirini Withana, Konar Mutafoglu Daniela Russi, Jean-Pierre Schweitzer and Giulia Gitti
Ch 15 Fiscal reforms for sustainable marine fisheries governance: institutional frameworks and design essentials , pp 320-338 Downloads
Essam Yassin Mohammed, Dave Steinbach, Paul Steele and Ben Milligan
Ch 16 Adaptation policies and strategies as a response to ocean acidification and warming in the Mediterranean Sea , pp 339-352 Downloads
Patrizia Ziveri, Elisa Delpiazzo, Francesco Bosello, Fabio Eboli and Jeroen van den Bergh
Ch 17 Tackling marine plastic pollution: monitoring, policies, and sustainable development solutions , pp 353-378 Downloads
Florian Thevenon and João Matos de Sousa
Ch 18 The UN architecture for ocean science knowledge and governance , pp 381-395 Downloads
Luis Valdés
Ch 19 Ocean acidification: impacts and governance , pp 396-415 Downloads
David Osborn, Sam Dupont, Lina Hansson and Marc Metian
Ch 20 Private governance of ocean resources , pp 416-428 Downloads
Rolf A. Groeneveld, Simon R. Bush and Megan Bailey
Ch 21 The GEF perspective: strengthening ocean health and ecosystem services through transboundary partnerships , pp 429-436 Downloads
Gustavo A.B. da Fonseca, Leah Karrer, Christian Severin, Mish Hamid and Steffen Hansen
Ch 22 Post-Rio+ 20 effective management for sustainability: the case of the General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations , pp 437-456 Downloads
Stefano Cataudella, Abdellah Srour and Nicola Ferri
Ch 23 On governance in fisheries in Senegal: from top-down control to co-management , pp 457-475 Downloads
Dyhia Belhabib, Allan Padilla, U. Rashid Sumaila and Daniel Pauly
Ch 24 Portuguese National Ocean Strategy 2013–2020 , pp 476-492 Downloads
João Ribeiro, Conceição Santos and Fernando Marques
Ch 25 Regional oceans governance: making Regional Seas programmes, regional fishery bodies and large marine ecosystem mechanisms work better together , pp 493-518 Downloads
Raphaël Billé, Lucien Chabason, Petra Drankier, Erik J. Molenaar and Julien Rochette
Ch 26 Ocean literacy as a key toward sustainable development and ocean governance , pp 519-537 Downloads
Sam Dupont and Géraldine Fauville
Ch 27 Consolidating 20 years of GPA and its activities in improving sustainable use of oceans , pp 538-558 Downloads
Vincent Sweeney

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