• 2nd edition of the ‘Water for Life’ UN-Water Best Practices Award

  • Adapt or “die”: a climate change challenge for African cities

    ADDIS ABABA, 20 Oct - African countries have been advised to cooperate in adapting now to the ravages of climate change or face the harsh consequences of inaction that would befall large numbers of the continent’s 967 million people .
  • Environment ministers in Guinea Current area agree on a permanent body to manage ecosystem

    ACCRA 2 July – Environment Ministers of 16 West and Central African countries agreed Friday to the creation of the Guinea Current Commission and accepted Ghana’s offer to host the new regional body.
  • African scientists to survey South Gulf of Guinea waters in science-based effort to ensure sustainable management of Guinea current fisheries

    By Olu Sarr PORT-GENTIL, Gabon 18 June – The Norwegian research vessel Dr. Fridtjof Nansen has set sail from Port-Gentil, Gabon, with 13 African scientists and their Norwegian counterparts
  • Mid-term review of National Action Plans for ecosystem preservation begins

    ACCRA 12 July - Environmentalists from 16 west and central African nations began Monday a two-day review of their progress in developing National Action Plans vital for the safeguarding and sustainable management of their marine ecosystems that are blighted by pollution and the depletion of resources.
  • Mid-term review of National Action Plans ends; countries make significant progress.

    ACCRA 13 July - Countries participating in the Guinea Current Large Marine Ecosystem (GCLME) project have made significant progress in developing their National Action Plans, the consultant guiding the process said Tuesday.
  • Value of maintaining healthy Coastal environment discussed

    ACCRA 15 July - Experts from the Guinea Current countries of west and central Africa began a two-day meeting Wednesday to discuss harmonized methods to measure the economic value of maintaining a healthy marine and coastal ecosystem along their coast stretching from Guinea-Bissau to Angola on the Atlantic.
  • "Green-Green" in our Western waters

    TAKORADI, Ghana, 13 Sept - For as long as many elder fishermen in the Ghanaian districts of Jomoro and Ellembelle remember, there have been outbreaks of a green filamentous plant called ‘Green-Green’, beginning in December and lasting two months on average.
  • Business to join government in the battle to manage solid waste.

    ACCRA 19 Oct - With some African cities close to choking on garbage, government and private sector partnerships say they are ready to clean up then recycle the mess, thereby protecting millions of urban residents while creating jobs and earning business profit.
  • Your garbage, their business: network formed to manage trash

    ACCRA 21 Oct - Local businesses and the government formed a network Thursday to coordinate the collection, disposal of and recycling a variety of industrial and household waste that continue to endanger millions of Ghanaians.
  • The Interim Guinea Current Commission’s Interview with Sierra Leone Environment Protection Agency Chairperson Haddijatou Jallow

    ACCRA 1 Nov - Sierra Leone is a small country nestled on the western bulge of Africa, but one endowed with abundant natural resources on and offshore.
  • Interview with Dr. Ken Sherman, one of two winners of the 2010 Göteborg Award for Sustainable Development

    ACCRA, 17 Nov - Fisheries Scientist KennethSherman and Conservationist Randall Arauz are the 2010 joint winners of the Göteborg Award for Sustainable Development
  • Father of Large Marine Ecosystem honoured

    ACCRA 18 Nov - Fisheries Oceanographer Kenneth Sherman and conservationist Randall Arauz received worldwide acclaim Wednesday as joint Image winners of the 2010 Göteborg Award for Sustainable Development.
  • Scientists in West, Central Africa to apply ecosystem based-management to fisheries

    ACCRA 13 Dec - Turn-out and expectations were high Monday as fisheries experts began a five-day regional training workshop on the use of scientific models that could guide governments in managing fisheries resources in the Guinea Current region.
  • Guinea Current countries seek support for priority investment projects

    DOUALA, Cameroon 17 Feb – Countries of the Guinea Current Large Marine Ecosystem (GCLME) region began a crucial two-day meeting
  • GCLME Fish farmers to learn about mariculture techniques

    ACCRA 23 Feb – Fish farmers and scientists from the Guinea current region began a three-day session Tuesday
  • Guinea Current fish farmers urged to diversify into mariculture

    Their interests were stimulated by the presentations on mariculture technology, made by the Yellow Sea expert on the subject, Dr. In-Kwon Jang
  • Atelier de démonstration et de dissémination des résultats du Projet pilote du Benin

  • Workshop of demonstration and dissemination of the results of the pilot project in Benin: Marine Protected Areas(MPA)

    Site visit of the sacred mangrove of Avlékété: Marine Protected Areas(MPA) Benin
  • GCLME countries seek regional policy on use of oil dispersants

    Accra, 22 June - Reach back momentarily to 1989 and the Exxon Valdez tanker oil spill. The disaster alerted the world to possible future accidents of this nature.
  • Regional Training Workshop on Compliance, Monitoring and Enforcement (CME) of the Ballast Water Management (BWM) Convention

  • Interim Guinea Current Commission member states agree to harmonize use of Oil Spill dispersants use in the Guinea Current Large Marine Ecosystem.

    ACCRA, 27 June – West and Central African members of the Interim Guinea Current Commission (IGCC) /Guinea Current Large Marine Ecosystem (GCLME) project agreed on ways to start developing a regional policy on the use of chemical dispersants
  • Fin de l’Atelier de Dissémination des Résultats du Projet ICAM Kribi Cameroun

    « MISE EN OEUVRE DE LA GESTION INTEGREE DE LA ZONE COTIERE (GIZC)(ICAM) KRIBI-CAMPO AU CAMEROUN »
  • Workshop of demonstration and dissemination of the results of ICAM project in Kribi, Cameroon

    « MISE EN OEUVRE DE LA GESTION INTEGREE DE LA ZONE COTIERE (GIZC)(ICAM) KRIBI-CAMPO AU CAMEROUN »
  • Coastal Erosion in Assinie, Côte d’Ivoire

    Comprehensive Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) for the Construction of Coastal Erosion Defense Measure in Assinie, Côte d’Ivoire
  • Coastal Erosion in Assinie

    Comprehensive Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) for the Construction of Coastal Erosion Defense Measure in Assinie, Côte d’Ivoire
  • Budgets sédimentaires dans la région du courant de Guinée

    Le GEMCG pour une réduction de l’érosion côtière
  • 6th World Water Forum, Marseille France

    IGCC/GCLME at the 6th World water Forum
  • UNIDO/GCLME Project exhibition at the 6th World Water

    We have made a great impact today by sharing more than 200 copies of our publications CD and Videos.
  • 3rd GEF-UNDP-IMO-GloBallast Global Project Task Force Meeting Cape Town

    GloBallast Partners group photograph
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Reports 2012
GEF-IWSC2012 Conference Final Report 21-11-2012
Report of the Third Global Project Task Force Meeting
REPORT OF THE BILATERAL MEETING ON ALGAL BLOOM INVASION ALONG THE BEACHES BETWEEN COTE D’IVOIRE AND GHANA
RAPPORT DE LA  REUNION BILATERALE SUR LA PROLIFERATION ALGALE SUR LES PLAGES SITUEES ENTRE LA COTE D’IVOIRE ET LE GHANA
Report Final  Mise en œuvre de la Gestion Intégrée des Zones Côtières
Reports 2011
Rapport de la Huitième Réunion Regionale du Comite Directeur
Rapport Atelier de Dissémination ICAM Kribi Cameroon
Seaboard Training Report Lagos
Final Report of the 8th Steering Committee Meeting
Final Recommendations of the 8th SCM
Rapport Atelier de Dissémination  AMP Benin
Partner's Conference Douala, Cameroon
Rapport de la Première Conférence des Partenaires de la CICG
Ministerial Working group Meeting Congo Brazzaville
Rapport du Segment Technique de La Réunion Ministérielle du Groupe de Travail
Reports 2010
2010 FAO/GCLME Nansen Survey
Stomach Content Analysis Report Final
Report of the Naps Mid-Term Review Workshop
Economic Benefits of the GCLME
GCLME Economic Instruments Report
GCLME Evaluation Ecosystem services
OSU Declaration English Version
OSU Declaration French Version
OSU Declaration Portuguese Version
OSU Declaration Spanish Version
Final Report Waste Stock Exchange Management System
Final Report Second Ministerial Meeting
Final Report 7th RSCM
Final_Report_6th_RSCM
Reports 2009
GCLME Training workshop on Developing NAP
Final_Report_5th_RSCM
BWM-WC-Af-Abidjan_09
regional_training_workshop_bwm_09
Reports 2008
Reports 2007
1st_biodiversity_2007
consultative_2007
contingency_April_2007
2nd_contingency_August_2007
Report_of_Economic_valuation_2006
1st_emergency_2007
4th_steering_2007
High_Level_LBA_SAP_2007
2nd_NGO_2007
2nd_sardinella_2007
sensitivity_mapping_2007
Reports 2006
First Report Analysis of the Stomach Contents 2006
alternative_livelihood_2006
Ballast_water_2006
coastal_eng_2006
EwE_2006
Env_ Lawyers_2006
FPA_2006
1st_Tripartite_2006
first_ministerial_2006.pdf
nutrients_2006
pollution_2006
Port_State_2006
sardinella_2006
2nd_steering_2006
Ship_board_training_2006
SAP_Indicator_2006.pdf
3rd_steering_2006
Reports 2005
Coastal_dynamics_2005
1st_steering_2005
fish_trawl_05
ICAM_calabar_2005
ICAM_kribi_2005
MSY_2005
mangrove_workshop_2005
NGO_2005
Exp_Workshop_Plankton_ Benthic_F_A_Sept_2005
TDA _April_2005
TDA_August_05
TDA_October_2005
validation_2005
Reports 2004
ICAM_Lagos_2004

 

 

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