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Sustaining Benefits

Publication Date: 
Saturday, January 1, 2005
Publication Type: 
Out of Print

This information-education-communication material proposes a more proactive and holistic scheme for environmental management, particularly for the coastal and marine environments of East Asia, which involves an extensive and dynamic network of key players and stakeholders working together towards one vision. This material offers concrete steps to effectively mobilize people from all sectors, at all levels.

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