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Blueprint 2050 : Sustaining the Marine Environment in Mainland Tanzania and Zanzibar

AGRICULTURE ARCHIPELAGO ARTISANAL FISHERIES BASIN BAY BEACH BIODIVERSITY BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION BIODIVERSITY PROTECTION BIRD BIRD AREA BIRD AREAS BREEDING BREEDING SITE BROOKS CASE STUDIES CO-MANAGEMENT COAST COASTAL AREA COASTAL AREAS COASTAL COMMUNITIES COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS COASTAL ENVIRONMENT COASTAL MANAGEMENT COASTAL PROTECTION COASTAL REGION COASTAL REGIONS COASTAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT COASTAL RESOURCES COASTAL TOURISM COASTAL WETLANDS COASTAL ZONE COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT COASTLINE COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION CONSERVATION CONSERVATION AREA CONSERVATION EFFORTS CONSERVATION OF NATURE CONSERVATION PROJECTS CONTINENTAL SHELF CONVENTION ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN ENDANGERED SPECIES CORAL CORAL REEFS COST EFFECTIVENESS CRITICAL SPECIES CROPS CULTURAL HERITAGE CURRENTS DEEP SEA DEEP WATER ECOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS ECOLOGICAL PROTECTION ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS ECOLOGY ECONOMIC BENEFITS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMICS ECOSYSTEM ECOSYSTEM TYPE ECOSYSTEMS EFFECTIVE CONSERVATION ENDANGERED SPECIES ENVIRONMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS EXPENDITURES FAUNA FISH FISH RESOURCES FISHERIES FISHERY MANAGEMENT FISHERY MANAGEMENT AREAS FISHING FOREIGN VESSELS FOREST FOREST AREA FOREST RESERVE FORESTRY FORESTS FRUITS GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS GRASS ECOSYSTEMS HABITAT HABITAT TYPE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INCOME INCOME GENERATING ACTIVITIES INFLATION ISLAND CONSERVATION ISSUES LARGE MARINE ECOSYSTEM LEGISLATION LIVELIHOODS LOCAL COMMUNITIES LOCAL FISHERMEN LOCAL LIVELIHOODS MANGROVE FORESTS MANGROVES MARICULTURE MARINE AREAS MARINE CONSERVATION MARINE ECOSYSTEMS MARINE ENVIRONMENT MARINE HABITATS MARINE ORGANISMS MARINE PARK MARINE PARKS MARINE POLICY MARINE PRODUCTS MARINE RESERVE MARINE RESERVES MARINE RESOURCES MARINE SCIENCES MASKED BOOBY MORTALITY RATE NATIONAL INCOME NATIONAL PARK NATIONAL PARKS NATURAL CATASTROPHES NATURAL RESOURCE NATURAL RESOURCE BASE NATURAL RESOURCES NATURE RESERVE OCEAN CURRENTS OFFSHORE ISLANDS PARK MANAGERS PARKS PATCH REEFS POLICY MAKERS POLLUTION POPULATION PRESSURES POVERTY ALLEVIATION POVERTY LINE PROTECTED AREAS REEF REEF AREA REEFS RESERVE SYSTEM RESERVES RIVER SAFETY NET SAFETY NETS SANCTUARY SAVINGS SEA GRASS SEABIRD SEABIRDS SEAWEED SHORE SOFT CORALS SOOTY TERNS SPECIES DIVERSITY SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SUSTAINABLE NATURAL RESOURCE SUSTAINABLE NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SUSTAINABLE RESOURCE USE SUSTAINABLE USE SWIFT TERRITORIAL WATERS TIDAL WATERS TOURISM TOURISM INDUSTRY TRADITIONAL USE UNCERTAINTY VARIETY VILLAGES VULNERABLE SPECIES WEALTH WEEDS WETLANDS WILDLIFE
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Washington, DC : World Bank
Africa | East Africa | Sub-Saharan Africa | Tanzania
Hewawasam, Indumathie | Ruitenbeekm Jack | Ngoile, Magnus
2012-06-07T14:51:44Z | 2012-06-07T14:51:44Z | 2005

Protection of sound management of coastal and marine areas is acknowledged as important mechanisms for alleviating poverty in the developing tropics. Tanzania has had considerable practical experience with a diversity of models that rely on private sector partnerships, community co-management regimes, and government-led initiatives for marine protection. This report outlines a vision of what a protected area system could look like in 50 years. It draws on state-of-the-art ecosystems, socioeconomic, financial, and institutional background studies, to paint a picture that emphasizes community-based adaptive co-management, within a flexible system of eight protected area networks, on of which is the Exclusive Economic Zone.

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