UNESCO Environment and Development in Coastal Regions and Small Islands (UNESCO CSI Programme)
1996-01 Paris France
Jan 1996, Paris (France), within the framework of B-XB3383 - UNESCO. Regional network of E-XE9604 - UNESCO Office, Jakarta - Regional Bureau for Sciences in Asia and the Pacific.
Assist member states with the integrated planning and management of coastal and small island regions; design means to achieve integrated management and sustainable development in such regions; serve as a platform to promote cooperation and coordinated action among UNESCO's programmes in natural and social sciences, culture, education and communication, both in headquarters and field offices; provide support to transdisciplinary training and capacity building.
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