Signed by the ministers of 11 countries during the Third Ministerial Forum in Manila on 26 November 2009, the Manila Declaration on Strengthening the Implementation of the Integrated Coastal Management for Sustainable Development and Climate Change Adaptation in the Seas of East Asia Region (Manila Declaration) acknowledges the need for continuing efforts to realize the SDS-SEA objectives, facilitating the fulfillment of global and regional commitments, as well as responding to common threats posed by uncontrolled development of coastal areas, poverty, resource degradation and marine pollution from land- and sea-based sources. The declaration also calls on PEMSEA, as the regional mechanism for the implementation of the SDS-SEA, to undertake the development of the Implementation Plan for the SDS-SEA in 2010 for consideration by countries, to facilitate the scaling up of ICM programmes in countries across the region and to promote regional cooperation in education and training activities related to ICM and climate change adaptation, taking into account the Haikou Partnership Agreement.
Manila Declaration on Strengthening the Implementation of the Integrated Coastal Management for Sustainable Development and Climate Change Adaptation in the Seas of East Asia Region
Sunday, November 1, 2009
The Charter formalized the PNLC and specified the ground rules on membership and identified joint activities and outputs amongst its members as well as options for sustainability...
The Preah Sihanouk Ministerial Declaration was signed by senior government officials of PEMSEA’s country partners. One integral part of this Declaration is the endorsement of the formulation...
The Charter of the PEMSEA Network of Local Governments for Sustainable Coastal Development (PNLG Charter)
The Charter of the PEMSEA Network of Local Governments (PNLG) for Sustainable Coastal Development - a partnership built on leadership and commitment towards strengthening coastal governance.