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Developing a sustainable marine and fisheries management plan for the Pitcairn islands


Ref: 20006
Type: Main Project
Project Leader: Professor Terry Dawson
Lead Institution: University of Dundee - Env
Host Country Institutions: Gov of Pitcairn, Secretariat of the Pacific Community - SPC
Start Date: 2013-09-01
End Date: 2017-03-31
Funding: £249,946.00
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Status: Current
Regions: UKOT
Countries: Pitcairn, Henderson, Ducie & Oeno Islands
Purpose: The UK and Pitcairn Governments, supported by the Pitcairn Island Council, intend to develop a more sustainable livelihoods and economic growth strategy for the Islands. Tourism and fisheries currently represent the primary mainstays of the local economy, drawing upon the natural wealth and cultural heritage of the Islands, but to date these have not been fully realised. This project will produce a fully-operational fisheries and marine management plan that is ecosystem-based and sustainable, which is crucial to providing a secure future for the economic benefit of the Island community and protection of the unique marine biodiversity of the Pitcairn Islands.
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Related Projects: Galapagos Coral Conservation: Impact Mitigation, Mapping and Monitoring, Towards Sustainable Development of southeastern Madagascar's biologically unique littoral forests, Developing a community-led marine management action plan for the Pitcairn Islands, Galapagos coral mapping: impact mitigation and monitoring

Documents:
Title: 20-006 App St2 - edited
Download: Application Form [pdf]

Title: 20-006 HR1 - Edited
Download: Half Year Report [pdf]

Title: 20-006 AR1 - Edited
Download: Annual Report [pdf]

Title: 20-006 AR2 - Edited
Download: Annual Report [pdf]

Title: 20-006 AR3 - edited
Download: Annual Report [pdf]

Title: 20-006 HR3 - edited
Download: Half Year Report [pdf]

Title: 20-006 FR - Edited
Download: Final Report [pdf]