The STRONG High Seas project has published a new report on strengthening High Seas Governance through enhanced environmental assessment (EA) processes.
The STRONG High Seas project launched interactive websites about biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction (BBNJ) for key stakeholders in the Southeast Pacific and the Southeast Atlantic .
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The Marine Regions Forum Online Workshop on ‘Ocean Governance and COVID-19 – Building resilience for marine regions’ is taking place on Thursday, 28 January 2021.
On November 17th and 19th, the STRONG High Seas project held an English online seminar on “Strengthening Monitoring control and surveillance through a High Seas Treaty” and a Spanish online seminar on Strengthening MCS in the Southeast Pacific.
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The STRONG High Seas project has just published a new report (English/Spanish) on the options for strengthening monitoring, control and surveillance (MCS) of human activities in the Southeast Pacific. Read more New report on Options for Strengthening Monitoring, Control and Surveillance (MCS) of human activities in the Southeast Pacific
On 26-27 February 2020, the Secretariat of the Comisión Permanente del Pacífico Sur (CPPS) and the STRONG High Seas project organised the third Dialogue Workshop in the Southeast Pacific region. The workshop brought together more than 50 participants from CPPS member countries as well as global and regional organisations, regional scientific institutions, academia, the private sector and NGOs.
The STRONG High Seas project was invited to take part in the inter-ministerial National Dialogue titled ‘Mejora de la base de conocimientos para la gestión intersectorial y la gobernanza de los océanos en áreas más allá de la jurisdicción nacional del Pacífico sudoriental’ organised by the Government of Peru on 25 February 2020 in Lima, Peru, to discuss the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction (BBNJ). Read more STRONG High Seas project invited to present at the BBNJ National Dialogue organised by the Government of Peru
Project partner Luis Alonso Zapata Padilla of WWF Colombia and Dr. Carole Durussel of IASS presented the mid-term progress of the STRONG High Seas project at the 14th General Assembly of the Comisión Permanente del Pacífico Sur(CPPS; Permanent Commission for the South Pacific) in Guayaquil, Ecuador, on 29-30 January 2020. Read more Mid-term STRONG High Seas project progress presented at the CPPS General Assembly
The ocean covers more than 70 % of the planet and is a vital support system for all life – but both coastal areas and the high seas are under threat. Currently a lack of information, especially regarding the understudied Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (ABNJ), is hindering protection of these precious regions. Read more New Report on the Status of High Seas Biodiversity of the Southeast Atlantic and Southeast Pacific
STRONG High Seas workshop on socioeconomic analysis takes first steps to explore the value created, and potentially lost, due to changes in biodiversity in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction. The workshop brought together twelve expert representatives from the CPPS member States Colombia, Ecuador, Chile and Peru gathered from 23-25 October 2019 in Barranquilla, Colombia.