The Marine Plan Partnership: Indigenous community-based marine spatial planning

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May 14, 2019 - 2:55pm
Type: Journal Article
Year of publication: In Press
Authors: Steve Diggon, Caroline Butler, Aaron Heidt, John Bones, Russ Jones, Craig Outhet
Journal title: Marine Policy
Pages: 103510
ISSN: 0308597X

Marine spatial planning (MSP) is occurring throughout the world, as communities and nation-states seek to resolve spatial conflicts and competition in coastal areas and reduce the impacts of human uses on marine biodiversity. The Marine Plan Partnership (MaPP) in British Columbia, Canada, is a successful example of collaborative marine planning between First Nations governments and the British Columbia provincial government, achieving the protection of ecological and cultural values, while supporting sustainable economic activities. The collaborative planning process was pre-dated by territorial marine planning by each participating First Nation, which allowed for the protection of First Nations governance and economy, cultural values and activities, and resource management priorities.

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