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Catherine Oliveron 15 May 2014
Transcript of ICZM Presentation
Fiji Islands Locally Managed Marine Areas Network (FLMMA)
Partnership of local communities, NGOs and government agencies
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Archipelagic state of some
located in the South Pacific
Marine and coastal ecosystems provide significant
benefits to its people
, remain heavily reliant on traditional, subsistence livelihoods
Marine resources to meet
daily protein needs
Long practiced traditional management systems: seasonal bans and temporary no-take areas that can be adapted for modern use
Pre-Intergrated Coastal Zone Management Strategies
An area of sea where customary native fishing rights exist
When the chief of a village dies, a portion of the community’s fishing ground is set aside as no-take, opened after 100 days
Income per year around 4% of GDP. Most fishers’ are subsistence and are mainly hand-to-mouth
Income per year up to 67% of GDP
Sperm whale (
Bumphead parrotfish (
Humphead wrasse (
Leatherback sea turtle (
Too many monetary obligations
Few sources of income
Commerce and development
Climate change: habitat degredation
As of 2009
10,745 sq. km
(approx. 10% of territorial waters)
management tools (MPAs)
: establishing Navakavu LMMA <US$ 12,000 over five years and profits were about US$ 37,800 in benefits to the community.
Return of crab
after a 50-year absence.
Red spotted box crab (
Qoliqoli Bill 2006
(Verdone and Seidl, 2012)
Inconsistent support from government
Ownership of "qoliqoli"
Relies on volunteers
Average 43% increase across three villages
Kaikoso clam (
Photos: C. Oliver