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The ebook provides prime quality panel shows and plenary discussions from delegations which led to vital convergence of reviews. the realm of concentration of the assembly was once atmosphere methods and oceans. 20 person panelists made displays at the a number of facets of the subject. The displays show lot extra is occurring than were understood. still, much continues to be to be performed, specifically, to house matters at the excessive seas the place wisdom and governance platforms are susceptible.
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Frameworks, actors and linkages The FAO Guidelines illustrate how the management scheme is scoped, specific objectives are set and rules are formulated giving the parameters for the action. The plan is then implemented, rules are enforced, indicators are Presented by Serge Garcia, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (see annex). The present paper contains the speaking notes used for a presentation made at the Consultative Process. It represents an abridged version of a more comprehensive presentation prepared for the Center for Oceans Law and Policy Conference on Law, Science and Ocean Management, Dublin, Ireland, 12-14 July 2006.
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