This regional resource document, produced for the East Asian Sea region, integrates emerging issues such as climate change and sea-level rise, and new management concepts such as ecosystem-based management, disaster risk reduction and results-based management into spatial planning and coastal zone management procedures and processes. It is intended to be used as the basis for individual country consultations on their national needs and priorities for capacity building in spatial planning, which may be in the area of mapping and scenario exercises on climate change vulnerability, risk analysis and planning exercises, or perhaps a more basic understanding of how to integrate the principles of ecosystem-based management into existing national spatial planning regimes.
Title: Spatial Planning in the Coastal Zone of the East Asian Seas Region: Integrating Emerging Issues and Modern Management Approaches
Publication date 2011-11-01
Publication Year 2011
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
, Coordinating Body on the Seas of East Asia (COBSEA)
Asia (Southeastern) / Malaysia
, Asia (Southeastern) / Thailand
, Asia (Southeastern) / Indonesia
, Australia / Australia
, Asia (Southeastern) / Cambodia
, Asia (Southeastern) / Vietnam
, Asia (Eastern) / Korea
, Asia (Eastern) / China
, Asia (Southeastern) / Singapore
, Asia (Southeastern) / Philippines
, coastal zone
, emerging issues
, management approaches
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