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Government of Niue sustainable coastal development policy
|Other titles||Sustainable coastal development policy|
|Statement||prepared for the Government of Niue ; [prepared by Netatua Pelesikoti & Litea Biukoto]|
|Series||SOPAC miscellaneous report -- 659|
|Contributions||Biukoto, Litea, Pacific Islands Applied Geoscience Commission|
|LC Classifications||HC683.3 .P45 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 p. :|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||2010474554|
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THE POLICY DEVELOPMENT PROCESS The need to develop a coastal development policy to guide the management and development of Niue’s coast became more urgent after Cyclone Heta. The Government of Niue was assisted through the SOPAC-EU Reducing Vulnerability of Pacific ACP States Project to develop it.
pace of development in Niue. – Is simple to implement and is able to be translated at local levels.
– Maximises benefits and minimise impacts. – Not only strategic but also promotes development in a sustainable manner. – Integrates priority issues from various sectors.
– Is conducive to the number of people Stakeholder participation. Sustainable Development Goals Pacific Tsunami Risk Management Project The objective was to reduce loss of life, injuries and economic losses cause by tsunami in Samoa, Tonga, Cook Islands, Niue and Tokelau through an end-to-end tsunami risk management programme.
governance where sustainable development of coastal watersheds is the stated aim. While the term is heavily criticized for its ambiguity, Kates et al.
() argue that there is widespread agree-ment on a core set of principles and values for sustainable development. These include recognition of real limits to ecosystems, and their regenerative Cited by: 8.
Introduction Coastal and tuna fisheries in the Pacific Ocean feed Pacific Islanders and supply global markets, which are the biggest sources of foreign exchange for some of the Small Island Developing States (SIDS) in the region (Pacific SIDS).
This makes the health and sustainable use of these resources critical both for the countries holding the solemn responsibility of managing their Cited by: 1. This indicates that, being driven by the government development policies, the development scales of industrial, urban, and port land/shoreline use significantly will exceed the corresponding sustainably healthy ranges, leading to a massive diversion of natural land/shoreline, which thereby becomes the type most remarkably impacted by policy by: 2.
Home» Resources & Publications» Sustainable Development. Sustainable Development. CNMI Sustainability Guide for Hospitality Industry – View this publication. Guidance Manual for Smart, Financial assistance provided by the Coastal Zone Management Act ofas amended, administered by the Office for Coastal Management, National.
Integrated coastal management (ICM) -- concept that embraces actions that allow people to prosper and the environment to thrive -- is a tool for achieving sustainable forms of development. Sustainable development in coastal areas strives to encourage social well-being and economic growth and prosperity, while minimizing the negative impacts of economic activities on the ecosystem.
The report Policies to enhance sustainable development responds to that mandate. It draws mainly on recent work done by the OECD and its affiliate Organisations1 on various themes related to sustainable development.
It also uses other appropri-ate sources to complete the discussion of these themes. Consistent with the man-File Size: KB. A portal and resource of Niuean government information, agencies and information for Niue government websites; including information on tourism, jobs, education, legislation, pacific islands, New Zealand relationships, and more.
Coastal Management: Global Challenges and Innovations focuses on the resulting problems faced by coastal areas in developing countries with a goal of helping create updated management and tactical approaches for researchers, field practitioners, planners and book gathers, compiles and interprets recent developments, starting from paleo-coastal climatic conditions, to current.
in terms of sustainable development in planning and design are the issues that attract attention and the importance of the sustainable planning of coastal areas are emphasized. Sustainable planning of coastal areas, constitutes a coherent framework by creating strategies and policies that include.
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sustainable coastal fisheries; protection of freshwater resources; and waste management, which may form the basis of a pilot project for Niue under the International Waters Programme. While the focus could be on sustainable coastal fisheries, the use of marine protected areas could be considered as one method to address this issue.
It also marks Niue’s support for the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), particularly given the UN’s adoption of as the International year of Sustainable Tourism for Development.
Developed by the Niue Government in consultation with the island’s tourism sector, the Responsible Tourism Policy identifies how local planning and strategic developments will contribute to a responsible tourism industry which operates sustainably.
Definition and Classification of Policies. Macro Policies (i) Provide framework within which specific Macro-Policies for Sustainable Development Expanded regulation-based policies Market-based policies Policies for Capacity Policies that shift the role of government to facilitator/catalyst.
Author:File Size: 1MB. to bring about safe and sustainable coastal communities. Local planning, building regulation, economic development, infrastructure management, and recreation facili-ties can provide the tools and the policies to get the job done. vi ST.
JOE COMPANY 10 Prin CoastalDev 7/24/07 PM Page vi. sustainable development (1) Apply sustainable development filter The Energy Committee of the Niue Government with the assistance of the Pacific Island Energy Policy and Strategic Action Planning Project PIEPSAP November Anon.
Niue Census of Population and Households book of tables. Noumea, New Caledonia: Secretariat of. a) Identify emerging issues relevant to the NSW coastal zone. b) Advise on the development and implementation of the NSW Coastal Reforms and related policies, including the necessary review of the NSW Coastal Policy.
c) Undertake research on coastal management issues and develop an information hub for Local and State Governments. NGOs in sustainable coastal development Date published: PLEASE SCROLL DOWN TO SEE THE FULL TEXT To cite this document: Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, Aquaculture Department ().
NGOs in sustainable coastal development. Aqua Farm News, 9(5), Keywords: Brackishwater environment, Marine environment, Coastal zone. Niue is largely covered by tropical forests, although deforestation is common to allow for the expansion of agriculture.
The main industry in the country is subsistence farming and fishing, with some cash crops and processed foods (CIA, ). However, much of its economy is dependent on development assistance provided by New Zealand. This White Paper provides the overall framework within which coastal development in the country takes place.
The White Paper has four key messages, which include Recognising the Value of the Coast, Facilitating Sustainable Coastal Development, Promoting Co-ordinated and Integrated Coastal Management and Introducing a New Style of Management.Coastal Zone management is a much debated subject in the discourse about sustainable development in the South Pacific region.
This is hardly surprising, considering the importance of coastal zones for theFile Size: 2MB.