GHJGHJ Stainless Steel Smart Water Bottle Temperature Display Vacuum Flask Portable Intelligent Thermoses Coffee Tea Cups For Travel (Capacity : 420ml, Color : Black)

£9.9
FREE Shipping

GHJGHJ Stainless Steel Smart Water Bottle Temperature Display Vacuum Flask Portable Intelligent Thermoses Coffee Tea Cups For Travel (Capacity : 420ml, Color : Black)

GHJGHJ Stainless Steel Smart Water Bottle Temperature Display Vacuum Flask Portable Intelligent Thermoses Coffee Tea Cups For Travel (Capacity : 420ml, Color : Black)

RRP: £99
Price: £9.9
£9.9 FREE Shipping

In stock

We accept the following payment methods

Description

Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) (2018). Final Evaluation of the Project Sustainable Community Management and Conservation of Mangrove Ecosystems in Cameroon. The authors are grateful to Sebastian Weissenberger for guidance in the work and proofreading of the paper and Alontsi Dongmo for making the map. We also thank anonymous reviewers for their comments and the improvements to the paper that resulted from these. The protection of coastal areas in Cameroon seems to be a priority in view of the related strategic documents and all the institutional actors involved. However, observations in the field and interviews with key actors reveal that most of the projects carried out concern the protection of mangroves, whereas the coastal strip of Cameroon is mainly made up of sandy coasts. Moreover, many of the projects envisaged are not effectively implemented, mainly because of their strong dependence on external funding. Thus, with regard to the phenomenon of coastal erosion, the main achievements in terms of fixing the coastline, notably the construction of dykes and riprap, are carried out by individuals to protect their investments.

The above-mentioned regulation is implemented by several categories of actors acting at various levels and sectors of activity. Several state institutions are directly or indirectly involved in coastal zone management in Cameroon. These actors can be grouped into three main categories: Ministries and related services, decentralised territorial authorities and public and semi-public establishments.

Most Used Actions

These initiatives are national in scope and have a strategic planning function to guide the implementation of concrete projects at local level. Several conventions have been adopted and ratified by Cameroon for the integrated and sustainable management of marine and terrestrial coastal ecosystems, including: the Convention on the Protection of Wetlands of International Importance; the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD); the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). Looking for a new meaning for the letters in Ghjhgj? Generate Fancy Text Styles for the Name Ghjhgj The private sector includes economic operators with interests in the coastal fringe of Cameroon and whose activities have a greater or lesser influence on the environment. It should be noted that other actors such as the traditional authorities and Cameroon’s International Development Partners (FAO, GEF, UNDP, etc.) are also involved in the implementation of these activities. Sayer, J. A., Harcourt, C. S., & Collins, N. M. (1992). The Conservation Atlas of Tropical Forest: Africa. IUCN, Macmillan Publishers Ltd., 288 p.

management (ICZM) for the Kribi-Campo region in Cameroon; the national action plan for the management of marine and coastal zones; the national strategy for the sustainable management of mangroves and other coastal ecosystems; and the national plan for adaptation to climate change. These documents were obtained through internet searches, consultation of documents from public and private services such as the Mission d’Étude pour l’Aménagement de l’Océan (MEAO) in Kribi. The Numerology Number of the name Ghjhgj is 5. Numerology is a practice that assigns numerical values to letters in a name to determine the significance of the name. The exploitation of regulatory texts reveals that Cameroon has a set of international and national legal texts that directly or indirectly guide the management of coastal zones.https://minepded.gov.cm/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/LAW-NO.-9612-OF-05-AUGUST-1996-RELATING-TO-ENVIRONMENTAL-MANAGEMENT.pdf. Ghjghj has a lot of nervous energy that is always seeking an outlet. They value their freedom and see life as an ongoing adventure. With an upbeat and optimistic outlook, Ghjghj brings a positive energy to those around them. Personality Traits of the Name Ghjghj Decentralised local authorities (Regions and Council, etc.) are responsible, among other things, for planning land use at the local level and organising local development by integrating disaster risk management, including that related to coastal recession. As part of the decentralisation process in Cameroon, their competences have been strengthened in terms of regulations, making these bodies the pivot of territorial development. However, the modalities of intervention of these actors in the maritime domain are subject to the approval of the State as indicated in Article 31 of Law 2019/024 of 24 December 2019 on the general code of decentralised territorial authorities. Nyogok, S. (2008). The Protection of the Cameroonian Coastline in the Light of International Environmental Law. Master’s Thesis, University of Limoges.

The Numerology Number of the name Ghjghj is 5. Numerology is a practice that assigns numerical values to letters in a name to determine the significance of the name. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) (2013). Climate Change 2013: The Scientific Basis—Summary for Policymakers.Ghjhgj has a lot of nervous energy that is always seeking an outlet. They value their freedom and see life as an ongoing adventure. With an upbeat and optimistic outlook, Ghjhgj brings a positive energy to those around them. Personality Traits of the Name Ghjhgj Ministry of Environment and Nature Protection of Cameroon (2010). National Action Plan for Marine and Coastal Zone Management. Cameroonian legislation is made up of a set of texts that directly or indirectly regulate the sustainable management of coastal ecosystems; without claiming to be exhaustive, we can note the following texts

The Ministry of the Economy, Planning and Territorial Development (MINEPAT) is responsible for the elaboration and coordination of planning and development projects at the local and national level in the medium and long term. It has under its supervision specialised public institutions such as the “Mission d’Étude et d’Aménagement de l’Océan” (MEAO) based in Kribi. The Ministry of Tourism and Leisure (MINTOUL) is responsible for the elaboration of national policy in the field of tourism. Its activities should be intense in coastal cities where the tourism sector is a key element of the economy and results in various types of development (hotels, restaurants, etc.) on the seafront with a more or less serious impact on the evolution of the coastline. Law No. 2004/003 of 21 April 2004 governing urban planning in Cameroon 3. Article 9 of this text stipulates that: land exposed to natural hazards (floods, erosion, landslides, earthquakes, etc.), parts of the public domain classified as such, and ecologically protected areas as defined by legislation relating to environmental management, are unbuildable, except for special prescriptions. According to the provisions of this text, it should contribute to regulating the occupation of the coastal strip. Ministry of Environment and Nature Protection of Cameroon (2011). Implementation of Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM) for the Kribi-Campo Region of Cameroon.

Glossary

In summary, a political, legal and institutional framework for coastal zone management exists in Cameroon. However, initiatives designed to promote integrated coastal zone management are having difficulty in its implementation. This situation is due to the complexity of the institutional and legal framework for the implementation of these initiatives. It is therefore necessary to develop integrated management strategies that take into account the role of each institution and that clearly define an effective mechanism for intervention and coordination between actors. Also, the analysis of these different programmes and projects actually carried out in the field shows that the risks linked to coastal erosion and marine submersion are poorly taken into account in favour of the protection of mangrove ecosystems, whose impacts are mixed. The Ministry of Urban Planning and Housing (MINDUH) is responsible for the development and implementation of the national urbanisation policy. The attractiveness of coastal cities requires the implementation of urban planning that reconciles the anthropic occupation of space and the protection of the coast. and legal framework for the implementation of these initiatives. It is therefore necessary to develop an Multiple initiatives have been developed by the State of Cameroon with the support, in some cases, of development partners for the integrated management of coastal zones, including: “the Grand Ecosystème Marin du Courant de Guinée” (GEM-CG) project ( MINEP, 2011); the National Action Plan for the Management of Marine and Coastal Zones ( MINEP, 2010); the National Strategy for the Management of Mangroves and Other Coastal Ecosystems in Cameroon; and the National Plan for Adaptation to Climate Change ( MINEPDED, 2015).



  • Fruugo ID: 258392218-563234582
  • EAN: 764486781913
  • Sold by: Fruugo

Delivery & Returns

Fruugo

Address: UK
All products: Visit Fruugo Shop