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Sustainable Coastal Resources Management

Sustainable Coastal Resources ManagementThis course is a community-based, holistic and integrated approach to managing coastal resources. It focuses on enhancing local capacity in developing and implementing projects to ensure the sustainability of coastal resources and livelihood for the local community. The course also equips participants with necessary knowledge, attitude and skills in mainstreaming CBCRM into current development policy and practice.

“Coastal resource management is a participatory process of planning, implementing and monitoring sustainable uses of coastal resources through collective action and sound decision-making.” — Philippine Coastal Management Guidebook Series, 2001

(Photo: Members of PRRM’s partner fishers’ federation PUMALU-MV on patrol along Manila Bay’s coast.)

Publications

Journals, Books, Articles, Features and Commentaries on national and international policy, grassroots developments and initiatives and rural reconstruction movement. Read more
Community and Habitat No. 13: Community resilience needs a change in mindset Community and Habitat No. 13: Community resilience needs a change in mindset
Community resilience needs a change in mindset
THIS ISSUE OF PRRM’S COMMUNITY & HABITAT JOURNAL IS focused on the intertwined issues of climate change, energy and food.

Development Courses
Conrado Benitez Institute for Sustainability (CBIS)

The CBIS offers a range of sustainable development courses covering different situations. Read more

Downloadable Forms
CBIS Handbook 4 | Enrollment Form