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Integrated Management of Coastal & Freshwater Systems

by librarian2 — last modified Jan 10, 2013 08:45 AM

IMCAFS features two separate but collaborative programs. The IMCAFS-SUCCESS program (Sustainable Coastal Communities and Ecosystems) emphasizes coastal resources, aquaculture and fisheries management, under the leadership of the University of Rhode Island?s Coastal Resources Center (URI-CRC). The IMCAFS-GLOWS program (Global Water for Sustainability) focuses on integrated management of freshwater resources, through a consortium led by Florida International University (FIU). The program is implementing multi-site, on-the-ground projects in Integrated Coastal Management and Integrated Water Resources Management in East Africa (Kenya & Tanzania), Central and South America (Nicaragua, Ecuador, Peru), and India (Rajasthan State). On-site projects are complemented by training and capacity building activities, the establishment of regional learning networks, and the application of science to management and good governance.

The link address is: http://www.imcafs.org/

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