Document Date: 26 August 2015
Author: J. R. A. Butlera*, R. M. Wiseb, T. D. Skewesc, E. L. Bohenskyd, N. Petersone, W. Suadnyaf, Y. Yanuartatif, T. Handayanif, P. Habibif, K. Puspadig, N. Bouh, D. Vagheloi & W. Rochesterc

Climate adaptation planning provides an opportunity to enhance the adaptive capacity of stakeholders across multiple levels. However, reviews of standard top-down and bottom-up approaches indicate that the value of multistakeholder involvement is not fully recognized or incorporated into guidelines. Focusing on provinces in Indonesia and Papua New Guinea within the Coral Triangle region, we present a novel integrated top-down and bottom-up planning approach.

Document Date: 12 February 2014
Author: Anne Waltona, Alan T. Whiteb, Stacey Tighec, Porfirio M. Aliñod, Lynette Laroyae, Agus Dermawanf, Ahsanal Kasasiahf, Shahima Abdul Hamidg, Agnetha Vave-Karamuih, Viniu Geniai, Lino De Jesus Martinsj & Alison L. Green

The six Coral Triangle countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Solomon Islands, and Timor-Leste, each have evolving systems of marine protected areas (MPAs) at the national and local levels.

Document Date: 12 February 2014
Author: Alan T. Whitea, Porfirio M. Aliñob, Annick Crosa, Nurulhuda Ahmad Fatanc, Alison L. Greend, Shwu Jiau Teohc, Lynette Laroyae, Nate Petersond, Stanley Tanc, Stacey Tighe, Rubén Venegas-Lic, Anne Waltong & Wen Wen

The six Coral Triangle countries—Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Solomon Islands, and Timor-Leste—each have evolving systems of marine protected areas (MPAs) at the national and local levels.