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Title:Blueprint 2050: sustaining the marine environment in mainland Tanzania and Zanzibar
Editors:Ruitenbeek, H. JackISNI
Hewawasam, InduISNI
Ngoile, M.A.K.ISNI
City of publisher:Washington, DC
Publisher:World Bank
Geographic term:Tanzania
environmental management
coastal management
poverty reduction
Abstract:This book sets out a vision for protecting and managing sustainably 100 percent of the seas and coastline on which Tanzania and Zanzibar depend. The vision is based on state-of-the-art ecological, socioeconomic, financial and institutional studies undertaken within the context of the United Republic of Tanzania (URT). The book focuses on four interdependent pillars, including ecological protection, poverty alleviation, financial sustainability and institutional robustness. The book relies on a series of scientific and technical studies conducted in 2003 and 2004. Contributors to these background studies include: Tundi Agardy, Saada Juma, Vedast Makota, Chris Muhando, Sue Wells (ecology); Paavo Eliste, Yolanda Léon, Farhat Mbarouk, Adolfo Mkenda, Rose Mwaipopo, Zainab Ngazy, Patricia Silva, James Tobey, Elin Torell (socioeconomics and poverty); Karen Moon (cultural issues); Andrew Hurd, Henrik Lindhjem, Jack Ruitenbeek (financial sustainability and economics); Vincent Shauri (legal issues). Bernice Mclean conducted some of the initial research that was used in the grant proposal to define these research needs. [ASC Leiden abstract]