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NSOC Indonesia

Publication Date: 
Friday, January 15, 2021
Publication Type: 
Only Available Online

The National State of Oceans and Coasts (NSOC) report of Indonesia aims to:

  • Compile data and information related to the country’s ocean uses and values, ocean health and pressures, ocean governance structure, and blue economy initiatives to serve as baseline information on blue economy development in Indonesia;
  • Contribute to the regional and national blue economy assessment and monitoring of the implementation of the National Ocean Policy, Sustainable Development Strategy for the Seas of East Asia (SDS-SEA), SDGs, other related international agreements, and national laws and policies; and
  • Aid policy-making, planning and management of the coastal and marine areas and resources of the country, and highlight the need to protect the marine environment and ecosystems to optimize the benefits of blue economy and ecosystem services.

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