Coastal and Marine Ecosystems and Ecoturism Sector in Latin America and the Caribbean
The document is part of the UNCTAD-CAF cooperation framework on trade, environment, biodiversity and oceans economy that started in the 2002 World Summit on Sustainable Development and was reinforced with a joint Memorandum of Understanding signed in Geneva in 2015. This cooperation has enhanced capacities in the Latin America region, allowing key stakeholders to participate in global and regional trade under economic, social and environmental sustainability criteria. It has also allowed the “valorization” of native and shared biodiversity with the ultimate purpose of conserving and sustainably use forest and marine ecosystems in line with Sustainable Development Goals 14 and 15.
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Vivas Egui, David
The following report describes how the application of the Blue BioTrade concept can promote sustainable and equitable economic sectors and value chains ...