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Título : Governance and socioeconomics of the Gulf of California Large Marine Ecosystem
Otros títulos : Environmental Development
Autor : Azuz-Adeath, Isaac
Cortés-Ruiz, Alejandra
Otros Autores: CETYS Universidad
Palabras clave : Governance;Socieconomics;Large Marine Ecosystem;Gulf of California;Mexico
Sede: Sistemas
Fecha de publicación : 2017
Citación : ;22
Resumen : The Gulf of California Large Marine Ecosystem (GoC-LME) is a long and narrow semi-enclosed body of water located entirely in Mexican territory, with a marine surface between 250,000 and 300,000 km2 surrounded by 5 coastal states and 35 coastal municipalities. The population growth and economic development in the region are among the most dynamic in the country. Since 2006 the GoC-LME has been the subject of a regional ecological planning program. The approach followed in the planning process was a top-bottom one with a clear political will, a strong public participation process supported by scientific and technical information. The obtained results, methodologies, good practices and participatory processes were considered as a guide for other planning processes in Mexico. In general terms, the governance level in the GoC- LME is good at the federal scale but several challenges remain at state and county scales where the market pressures are higher and the human and economic capacities lower.
metadata.dc.description.url: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S2211464516302330
URI : https://repositorio.cetys.mx/handle/60000/580
ISSN : 2211-4645
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