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Sustainable vs. unsustainable development
Marine and coastal resources and habitats are used more intensively and thus, are degraded. In addition, global climate change is affects coasts and oceans. Traditional single-sector management is no longer adequate, and governance systems are struggling to keep up with modern technology and practices. In many cases, these conditions have led to unsustainable development. The goal of marine conservation is to address these challenges by promoting sustainable development and resource use.

Sustainable vs. unsustainable development Marine and coastal resources and habitats are used more intensively and thus, are degraded. In addition, global climate change is affects coasts and oceans. Traditional single-sector management is no longer adequate, and governance systems are struggling to keep up with modern technology and practices. In many cases, these conditions have led to unsustainable development. The goal of marine conservation is to address these challenges by promoting sustainable development and resource use. diagram,marine,conservation,increasing,population,coastal,marine,coast,resources,sustainable,development,unsustainable,development,construction,humans,people,infrastructure,ecotourism

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Sustainable vs. unsustainable development
Marine and coastal resources and habitats are used more intensively and thus, are degraded. In addition, global climate change is affects coasts and oceans. Traditional single-sector management is no longer adequate, and governance systems are struggling to keep up with modern technology and practices. In many cases, these conditions have led to unsustainable development. The goal of marine conservation is to address these challenges by promoting sustainable development and resource use.
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Filename:iil_diagram_development.png
Album name:bwalsh16 / Development/Infrastructure
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Keywords: diagram, marine, conservation, increasing, population, coastal, marine, coast, resources, sustainable, development, unsustainable, development, construction, humans, people, infrastructure, ecotourism
Author Name:Caroline Wicks
Author Company:IAN, UMCES
Date created (MM/DD/YYYY):01/01/2010
Media Type:Raster Graphic
File Size:355 KB
Date added:Jan 24, 2011
Dimensions:612 x 826 pixels
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