Toward Recovery and Sustainability of the World’s Large Marine Ecosystems During Climate Change

Published on 26 Oct 2011

Document Summary

The integrity of all 64 of the World’s Large Marine Ecosystems (LMEs) and the livelihoods of billions of people that depend upon them are under threat not only from climate change, but also from overfishing, toxic pollution, nutrient over-enrichment, invasive species, habitat degradation, and biodiversity loss. With the assistance of the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and the World Bank, the United Nations system, and several industrialized countries, 110 coastal countries are implementing 17 transboundary, international LME projects.

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