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Environment and development
in coastal regions and in small islands

Reducing the impact of a coastal megacity on island ecosystems, Jakarta and the Seribu Islands, Indonesia

The project was formally titled ‘Sustainable living on the margins of a mega-city (Jakarta Bay, Indonesia)’.



Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction Toolkit (includes a manual, over 50 practical self-help forms, two colour posters, eight disaster comics and a community awareness leaflet), January '06
Wise Coastal Practices, ASEAN's Small Islands Raise Their Voice January '03

Regional Workshop for the Asia-Pacific University Twinning Network 'Exploring Wise Practice Agreements', Khuraburi, Thailand, Nov. 02

Financial Report and Audited Financial Statements of UNESCO Case 1: Jakarta Bay Project, September '02
Managing conflicts over resources and values - continental coasts '02, CSI papers 12
Reducing mega-city impacts on coastal ecosystems: community-based waste management in the Jakarta Metropolitan Area, Indonesia Nov. '01
Reducing megacity impacts on the coastal environment. Alternative livelihoods and waste management in Jakarta and the Seribu Islands CSI papers 6 '00
Seeking social/environmental justice o n the margins o f a megacity: alternative livelihoods in Jakarta and Pulau Seribu, Indonesia  '00


Coastal management now centerpiece of economic recovery agenda July '00 English Bahasa Indonesia
WP Forum: A regional approach to environmental quality management / Jakarta-Indonesia August '99
WP Forum: Waste management and recycling at the grassroots level / Jakarta Bay-Indonesia July '99
Indonesian Coral Reefs —An Economic Analysis of a Precious but Threatened Resource Sept. '97
The missing islands of Pulau Seribu   April ’97
UNESCO Jakarta office website:  pilot projects   homepage


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