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[LME:LEARN Policy Brief] Transboundary LME Governance: The Importance of Political Commitment for Large Marine Ecosystem Management

The long-term success of shared marine resources relies on the continued cooperation of good governance among all participating countries. Within LMEs, one way countries have come together to discuss and commit to join action is through the Transboundary Diagnostic Analysis and Strategic Action Programme (TDA-SAP) methodology. DISCLAIMER: These publications may be reproduced in whole or in part and in any form for educational or non-profit purposes without special permission from the copyright holder, provided acknowledgment of the source is made. For bibliographic purposes, each referenced policy brief should be cited as follows: GEF LME:LEARN, 2020. Transboundary LMEGovernance: The Importance of Political Commitment for Large Marine Ecosystem Management. Paris, France.

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27 jun. 2020

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[LME:LEARN Policy Brief] Transboundary LME Governance: The Importance of Political Commitment for Large Marine Ecosystem Management.pdf