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Towards Achieving Sustainable Coastal and Ocean Development in the Seas of East Asia: 2008-2017. Dr. Chua Thia-Eng Council Chair, East Asian Seas Partnership Council, PEMSEA. The Seas of East Asia. 2008 - 2017. Consolidate the foundation of ICM (concept and practices) for

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towards achieving sustainable coastal and ocean development in the seas of east asia 2008 2017

Towards Achieving Sustainable Coastal and Ocean Development in the Seas of East Asia: 2008-2017

Dr. Chua Thia-Eng

Council Chair, East Asian Seas Partnership Council, PEMSEA

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The Seas of East Asia

2008 - 2017

Consolidate the foundation of

ICM (concept and practices) for

sustainable development of coasts and oceans

Scale up ICM practices

Enhance policy, legal, human resources and financial supports for local implementation

Institutionalize regional coordinating mechanism to implement the long-term sustainable development strategy for the Seas of East Asia (SDS-SEA)

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Strengthening concept and practices:

ICM Demonstration and Replication

icm scaling up
ICM Scaling Up

ICM

Codification

ICM

Codification

  • ICM Scaling-Up
  • 20% of Regional Coastline by 2015
  • ICM Scaling-Up
  • 20% of Regional Coastline by 2017
  • ICM Parallel Replication
  • Bataan
  • Shihwa
  • Sukabumi
  • Cavite
  • Quangnam
  • 10 sites in China
  • 3 sites in Bali
  • ICM Parallel Replication
  • Bataan
  • Shihwa
  • Sukabumi
  • Cavite
  • Quangnam
  • 10 sites in China
  • 3 sites in Bali
  • ICM Demonstration
  • Bali
  • Chonburi
  • Danang
  • Nampho
  • Port Klang
  • Sihanoukville
  • ICM Demonstration
  • Bali
  • Chonburi
  • Danang
  • Nampho
  • Port Klang
  • Sihanoukville

ICM Working

Model

ICM Working

Model

Better Coastal

Governance

through Stronger

Local Alliance

Better Coastal

Governance

through Stronger

Local Alliance

  • ICM Testing
  • Batangas
  • Xiamen
  • ICM Testing
  • Batangas
  • Xiamen

22

18

6

2

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Chesapeake

Bay

Masan-Chinhae

Bay

Seto Inland Sea

Gulf of

Thailand

Jakarta Bay

Strengthening Ecosystem-based Management, forging Integration and Coordination

Manila Bay

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Policy, legal, human resource and financial supports

Essential national and local efforts for ICM Scaling-Up

(20% of Coastlines by 2017)

National Efforts

Local Efforts

  • Policy & Legal Reforms
  • Coastal Policy
  • ICM Legislation
  • decentralization

ICM Applications

  • Replication
  • Ecosystem-wide
  • Gulf and Bays
  • Capacity Development
  • ICM Training
  • Internships
  • Areas of Excellence
  • Post Graduate ICM

programs

  • ICM Certification/

Recognition

  • ICM Code
  • Financing Mechanisms
  • PPP in environmental service and infrastructures
  • Local Network of stakeholders
  • Networking
  • National ICM Network
  • PNLG
  • Public Awareness
  • Leadership Seminar
  • Awareness campaign
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Regional Partnership Operating Mechanism

for Implementing SDS-SEA

  • EAS Partnership Council
  • Governments of 11 EAS nations
  • UN organizations: UNDP; UNEP GPA; IMO; IOC, UNOPS,
  • Donors: World Bank Group, GEF, SENSA
  • Regional Programs: NOWPAP; SGP, YSLME;
  • Private sector (business associations; finance industry), EARL,
  • Local Gov’ts (PNLG)
  • NGOs (CI; WWF; OPRF, CMC, IOI)

EAS Executive Committee

Ministerial Forum

Policy

EAS Congress

Performance

Regional Partnership Fund

Secretariat Services

Priorities & Objectives

PEMSEA Resource Facility

Priorities & Objectives

State of Coasts Report

Monitoring & Evaluation

Regional Task Force

Technical Services

Partnership/ collaborative Projects & Programs

GEF/UNDP MSP on PPP

GEF/UNDP Implementation of the SDS-SEA

GEF/WB Partnership Investment Fund

GEF/UNDP Yellow Sea LME

GOT oil spill

project

Other Partnership Projects

Regional/Sub-regional

GEF/WB DENR Manila Bay/Pasig/ Laguna Bay

GEF/WB MWR/SEPA Hai River Basin

USAID/PEMSEA waste management Poerto Galera

Other National Projects

Other Local Projects

National/Local

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Regional Partnerships Arrangements

for Implementation of SDS-SEA

UNCED, WSSD, UNCLOS, MDG

  • Regional coordination
  • Partnership Agreements
  • Subregional Agreements
  • Subnational Agreements

International maritime and environmental instruments

PUTRAJAYA DECLARATION

(2003)

Haikou Partnership Agreement

(2006)

Site / Issue-specific subregional,

subnational agreements

Sustainable Development Strategy for the Seas of East Asia

(SDS-SEA)

  • EAS Partnership Council
  • Intergovernmental Session
  • Technical Session

Ministerial Forum

Regional Partnership Fund

PEMSEA Resource Facility

EAS Congress

PEMSEA

Partnership Operating Arrangements