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Environment and development
in coastal regions and in small islands
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Coastal resources management and ecotourism: an intersectoral approach to localizing sustainable development, Ulugan Bay, Palawan, Philippines

(The former title of this project was: ‘Community-based approaches to coastal resources management (Ulugan Bay, Philippines)’.)



Wise Coastal Practices, ASEAN's Small Islands Raise Their Voice January 2003
  Regional Workshop for the Asia-Pacific University Twinning Network 'Exploring Wise Practice Agreements', Khuraburi, Thailand, Nov. 02
An ecological assessment of Ulugan Bay, Palawan, Philippines '02   CSI info 12
Coastal resources management Ulugan Bay, Palawan Island, The Philippines: Preface to the series
Volume I ecology, culture and socio-economics Project summary
Volume II master plan for community based eco-tourism Introduction
Volume III an integrated management model Introduction
Wise Coastal Practices. Towards sustainable small-island living  '01  CSI papers 9
The points man in the Philippines’ last frontier Philippines : l’aiguilleur de Palawan Filipinas : el guardagujas de Palawán   February ’01 
Mangrove resource valuation: a case study in Pagbilao bay and Ulugan bay, Philippines  '00 English Français
How scientific knowledge can be linked directly to management: the Ulugan bay pilot project and the UNESCO chair in manila, Philippines  '00 English Français
WP Forum: Combining research and education in protected area management / Ulugan Bay-Philippines August '99
Strategic planning workshop for Ulugan Bay area stakeholders, Philippines  '96
UNESCO Jakarta office website:  pilot project    homepage

UNESCO chair in integrated coastal management for sustainable development in coastal regions and in small Islands at the University of the Philippines, Diliman


Agreement concerning the establishment of a UNESCO Chair in Integrated Management and Sustainable Development in Coastal Regions and in Small Islands between UNESCO and the University of the Philippines, July '00
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