THE MEANING OF INTEGRATION. ICAM definition. ICAM is continuous, proactive and adaptive process of resource management for environmentally sustainable development of coastal areas
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Unsustainable and sustainable approaches to coastal resource use
Recognise Need for Sustainable Management
Death of System
Monitor and Review
Develop/Refine Management System
Sustainable Development Pattern
Unsustainable Development Pattern
ICAM is not a substitute for existing sectoral planning - it proposes linkages to achieve more comprehensive goals
Most important sectors in coastal areas:
Integration of land-sea interface
Systemic integration: conflicting uses of coastal resources
Policy integration (1)
National, regional and local development plans and policies
National and regional spatial planning strategy
Coastal management plans
Policy integration (2)
NacionalnaCiljevi, Smjernice, Institucionalni i zakonodavni okvir
Nacionalni proces planiranja obale
Planning integration: The case of aquaculture
National Strategy for Ecologically Sustainable Developmentrequires aquaculture to be managed within an ecologically sustainable framework
Regional Planrecognizes the aquaculture potential and recommends aquaculture development in the certain area’s management objectives
Environmental Impact Assessment
Local Aquaculture Development Planaims to identify and develop areas for the ecological sustainability of a commercially viable aquaculture industry
National Aquaculture Strategygoals include developing an ecologically sustainable industry
Aquaculture Specific Initiatives
River basin management - Focus on water supply but other functions must be recognised, including tourism, nature conservation and cultural values. Primarily resource oriented, eventually rural land use regulation.
Coastal zone management - combines marine resource management and land-use planning. Physical planning and resource management with a strong emphasis on land-use regulation and physical interventions (project planning)
Based on a growing awareness of an intimate connection between the river and its catchment area. Integrated River Basin Management.
Multiple interests recognised in coastal areas. Conflict resolution. Conservation and protection of the coast. Integrated Coastal Area Management.
Integrated Coastal Area Management
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