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Jaluit Atoll Background Report Environmental Resource Management Plan

The goals of the Jaluit Atoll Environmental Resource Management Plan (ERMP) are to provide all stakeholders with a framework to guide environmental resource management initiatives that will assist the community to maintain healthy marine and terrestrial environments for current and future generations. The options set forth in the ERMP are specifically designed to promote and empower all communities to actively participate in the protection of the atoll’s valuable resources, while allowing for sustainable use.

The ARNAVON MARINE PARK (a Community-Managed Conservation Initiative) - CONSERVATION & MANAGEMENT PLAN (Revised)

This Conservation and Management Plan was the culmination of a community-wide consultation undertaken to review the 20-year old ACMCA Management Plan first endorsed in 1994.The scope of this Plan is dictated by AMP’s status as an established and internationally recognized conservation program that has been operated for more than 20 years to date. With such operational status, this Plan is therefore tailored to meet legal requirements for declaration as a protected area under the new legal regime.

Tourism and visitor management in protected areas

All forms of tourism create environmental impacts, but these differ by orders of magnitude. At one end of the scale are minimal-impact wilderness travellers, either on foot or by water. These are permitted in many protected areas worldwide, and there is a well-tested suite of management and monitoring tools, summarised in this volume, to provide benefits to visitors without compromising primary conservation goals. At the other end of the scale are large-scale infrastructure, accommodation, and catering facilities, some of which can handle over a hundred thousand visitors a day.

Guidelines for privately protected areas

These guidelines, prepared by the Privately Protected Areas and Nature Stewardship Specialist Group of the IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas, offer a range of best practices for establishing PPAs and securing effective longterm conservation on private properties. They offer specific guidance applicable to areas under private governance and management, including appropriate legal and institutional arrangements and useful insights into funding mechanisms.

Environmental Impact Assessment Guidelines for Coastal Tourism Development in Pacific Island Countries and Territories

These Environmental Impact Assessment Guidelines for Coastal Tourism Development in Pacific Island Countries and Territories (Guidelines) represent a sector specific version of SPREP’s regional EIA Guidelines first published in 1993 and recently expanded and updated in 2016. These Guidelines aim to assist with the implementation of national EIA legal requirements and to promote best practice in EIA process for Coastal Tourism Development in the Pacific.This publication provides general guidance to support environmental impact assessments (EIAs) for coastal tourism development.

Puapua Village Fisheries Management Plan_1997

O le polokalame o le faasaoina o le gataifale, na amata mai e le Ofisa o Faigafaiva i le tausaga e 1995. O le faamoemoe o le polokalame, ina ia tapu’e mai le tamaoaiga o le gataifale, ma puipuia ai le siosiomaga. O taualumaga o le polokalame, e aofia ai le soalaupuleina ma le fausiaina o se Tusi Taiala. O lenei Tusi Taiala, o loo tamauina ai fuafuaga faataatitia a le Afioaga ma le Ofisa o Faigafaiva.

Sasaai Village Fisheries Management Plan_2010

E faamoemoe tele le fofoga taumafa o afioaga i faigafaiva ma punaoa o le gataifale ae le gata i lea o atinae mo le tamaoaiga o aiga. I le tele o afioaga, latou te le o faatauaina le pulea tatau ma le vaaia lelei o punaoama le siosiomaga o le gataifale. O le faaaogaina o auala faa-onapo-nei mo fagotaga e iai mea manava, upega faapea tili mataninii ina ia tele ai i’a maua ua tele ai na faaitiitia ma faaleagaina nofoaga o i’a, figota ma meaola o le sami.

Sasina Village Fisheries Management Plan_2010

O faigafaiva i gataifale e taua tele i afioaga o Samoa aua le fofoga taumafa faapea le fesoasoani i le tamaoaiga. I le tele o afioaga, latou te le o faatauaina le pulea tatau ma le vaaia lelei o punaoa ma le siosiomaga o le gataifale. O le faia ma le faaaogaina o ituaiga faigafaiva faa-onapo-nei e iai mea manava, upega fapea tili mataninii ina ia tele ai i’a maua ua ave alea ma auala o le faaitiitia ma le faaleagaina ai o nofoaga o i’a, figota ma meaola o le sami.

Satagaloa, Poua & Papaloa, Salelologa Village Fisheries Management Plan_1997

le Polokalame o le Faasao na amataina e le Ofisa o Faigafaiva i le tausaga e 1995. I le amataga mai la o lenei polokalame sa lagolagoina malosi e le Malo o Ausetalia e auala ma i lana AusAID i le faa-tupeina mo le 5 tausaga seia oo mai i le tausaga e 2000 ma faamutaai loa lana fesoasoani. I lea lava tausaga, sa tauaveina mai ai loa e le Malo o Samoa le faatupeina o lenei polokalame taua. O le talitonuga ma le faamoemoe autu o le tele o nei afioaga o le silasila lea i le lumanai manuia mo tagata lautele o le afioaga aemaise ai o tupulaga lalovaoa.