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  • FRIENDS OF DST | DLIST Benguela
    an account Partner Directory Go back to the partners page The following kiosks share the same type as the kiosks you are viewing Name Strengthening the Protected Areas Network SPAN Project Ecological Youth of Angola Juventude Ecologica Angolana JEA Coastal Youth Club Quissama Foundation Conservation in the Quissama National Park Eksteenfontein Tourism Information Office Transform Richtersveld Richtersveld Heritage Project Hondeklip Bay multi purpose resource centre Ebenhaeser Multi Purpose Resource Centre MPRC Doringbaai Multi Purpose Resource Centre Succulent Karoo Ecosystem Plan SKEP Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem Programme EcoAfrica Namibia EcoAfrica Angolan office Eco Africa Environmental Consultants Municipality of Walvis Bay Richtersveld Local Municipality Kunene Regional Council Karas Regional Council Hardap Regional Council Erongo Regional Council FRIENDS OF WATER SARUNO Conservation International Fair Trade in Tourism South Africa Green Development Foundation Richtersveld Community Based Natural Resource Management Programme GTZ Port Nolloth Heritage Trust Peninsula Technikon CPUT South North Tourism Route Association FRIENDS OF DST Posted Sat 2011 02 19 14 24 by admin Description We are an NGO environmental group we create awareness from Doringbaai to the Olifants River mouth Relevant Activities Public awareness advocacy Training Research and education Target Area Doringbaai to the Olifants River mouth Contact Details Address PO

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  • African Centre for Water Research | DLIST Benguela
    EcoAfrica Angolan office Eco Africa Environmental Consultants Municipality of Walvis Bay Richtersveld Local Municipality Kunene Regional Council Karas Regional Council Hardap Regional Council Erongo Regional Council FRIENDS OF WATER SARUNO Conservation International Fair Trade in Tourism South Africa Green Development Foundation Richtersveld Community Based Natural Resource Management Programme GTZ Port Nolloth Heritage Trust Peninsula Technikon CPUT South North Tourism Route Association African Centre for Water Research Posted Sat 2011 02 19 14 24 by admin Description The African Centre for Water Research ACWR is an independent research and capacity building organisation based in Cape Town South Africa The ACWR works in partnership with a range of regional and international organisations to promote the integrated management and sustainable development of the southern African regions water resources The mission of the African Centre for Water Research is to promote the cooperative and sustainable management and development of shared waters in southern Africa through capacity building and applied research initiatives Relevant Activities Public awareness advocacy Training Research and education Policy development Technical assistance Target Area Transboundary management of the Orange Senqu River Additional The African Centre for Water Research ACWR aims to play a facilitative role in promoting transboundary dialogue and the mutual exchange of ideas to resolve common challenges To achieve this aim the ACWR works in tandem with national governments inter governmental bodies civil society and the private sector through brokering a safe experimental space in which the various actors can explore positive sum options The staff members of the ACWR have developed solid skills and knowledge in conducting capacity building seminars and courses applied research projects participatory workshops and information dissemination In addition regional and international expertise is accessed through collaboration with networks such as the Global Water Partnership GWP Southern Africa WaterNet and the SADC Water Sector The long

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  • Walvis Bay the Benguela Current | DLIST Benguela
    Richtersveld Richtersveld Heritage Project Hondeklip Bay multi purpose resource centre Ebenhaeser Multi Purpose Resource Centre MPRC Doringbaai Multi Purpose Resource Centre Succulent Karoo Ecosystem Plan SKEP Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem Programme EcoAfrica Namibia EcoAfrica Angolan office Eco Africa Environmental Consultants Municipality of Walvis Bay Richtersveld Local Municipality Kunene Regional Council Karas Regional Council Hardap Regional Council Erongo Regional Council FRIENDS OF WATER SARUNO Conservation International Fair Trade in Tourism

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  • Avian Demography Unit, University of Cape Town | DLIST Benguela
    EcoAfrica Namibia EcoAfrica Angolan office Eco Africa Environmental Consultants Municipality of Walvis Bay Richtersveld Local Municipality Kunene Regional Council Karas Regional Council Hardap Regional Council Erongo Regional Council FRIENDS OF WATER SARUNO Conservation International Fair Trade in Tourism South Africa Green Development Foundation Richtersveld Community Based Natural Resource Management Programme GTZ Port Nolloth Heritage Trust Peninsula Technikon CPUT South North Tourism Route Association Avian Demography Unit University of Cape Town Posted Sat 2011 02 19 14 24 by admin Description The Avian Demography Unit ADU contributes to conservation biology by collecting analysing and disseminating information on populations of wild animals especially birds It trains people at all levels from primary school learners to postdoctoral fellows in a variety of biological and quantitative skills In addition the ADU promotes environmental awareness through the participation of thousands of volunteers in its projects The ADU was recognized as a formal research unit within the Department of Statistical Sciences of the University of Cape Town in 1991 Professor Les Underhill has been director since its inception The ADU is a genuinely transdisciplinary group The core disciplines are based on Statistics Biology and Information Systems Twelve students graduated with degrees by thesis in the five

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  • Partner Directory | DLIST Benguela
    profiles of individuals organisations and programmes pertinent to the integrated management and development of the BCLME s coastal areas The DLIST Partner directory provide a quick overview of some of the main role players and an easy way to tell the others who you are Name Organisation Type Cape West Coast Biosphere Reserve Non Governmental Organisation Surplus People Project Non Governmental Organisation Gariep Whitewater Soul Partnership Other Earthlife Africa Non

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  • Document library | DLIST Benguela
    Language Any English French Afrikaans Swahili Portuguese Other Document library This is the DLIST document library where you find a wide range of downloadable documents such as scientific publications government reports newspaper articles and other documents Click on the title of the documents below for a short description before you download the entire document You can also search in the library by using the search function to your right If one of the documents you find is not available for downloading it is because the file is too large You can contact the DLIST admin team to send those documents to you Please contribute to making the library bigger by forwarding your own articles or other useful documents to the DLIST admin team Title Language Uploaded on Second African Summit on Marine Debris English Feb 2015 African Summit on Marine Debris 3 to 5 June 2015 English Feb 2015 Weskus gemeenskap kry grond na 80 jaar terug Afrikaans Dec 2014 Vacancy International Consultant English Sep 2014 Terms of Reference for International Consultant for BCLME III development English Sep 2014 University of Limpopo Announcement English May 2014 University of Ghana Announcement English May 2014 Short Course and Seminar Coastal Engineering Advances English May 2014 The national policy on coastal management for Namibia English Apr 2014 Registration Form Environmental Impact Assessment Short Course English Apr 2014 Brochure Environmental Impact Assessment Short Course English Apr 2014 Notice of Stakeholder Meetings for Proposed Oil and Gas Exploration Activities off the West Coast of South Africa English Mar 2014 The Illicit Abalone Trade in South Africa English Jan 2014 Environmental management of offshore oil development and maritime oil transport English Jan 2014 National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan Angola English Jan 2014 Republic of Angola National Marine Oil Spill Contingency Plan English Jan 2014 Planning

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  • Coastal Tourism: How can tourism go wrong? | DLIST Benguela
    the proper involvement of local people then there can be many benefits primarily jobs and also positive spin offs such as small businesses improved infrastructure and educational opportunities The costs can be lessened by good planning and proper accordance with environmental law While tourism is often heralded as the way for natural places to pay their way meaning to generate enough money to justify not developing them tourism can also have environmental impacts as a result of the tourism activity i e off road driving damaging vegetation or the construction operation of a tourism development i e water pollution destruction of land Nature based tourism facilities are often located in remote and sometimes sensitive areas Both construction and associated infrastructure can damage critical habitats Once operational such facilities have resource demands as well as creating waste streams In an arid region such as the Benguela region both water and fuel wood are scarce resources Direct and indirect tourist consumption places additional stress on fragile ecosystems In addition human waste and litter require adequate service infrastructure Source CPUT course material To download this from the DLIST Document Library click here What DLIST users say Throughout this year ORVs its legislations what department responsibilities fall to have been debated from Elands Bay on the West Coast all the way to Port Nolloth We do have a problem that needs to be addressed so we can all enjoy the benefits of the coast but in a controlled manner Approaches to mitigate environmental impacts resulting from tourism Active visitor participation in management by enhancing awareness of both operators and tourists and educating visitors e g signage for water conservation which is widely used throughout Namibia Regulation of both the type of activity allowed as well as demarcating areas for particular activities e g formal

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/burning-issues/coastal-tourism-how-can-tourism-go-wrong (2016-02-18)
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  • Coastal Tourism: Informing | DLIST Benguela
    Guide to the Namaqua Coast South Africa Initiated by the Port Nolloth Museum this pamphlet has become a joint effort of many different people and organisations that share the common goal of raising awareness and informing everyone about the precious area where the west coast meets the Richtersveld desert Spotlights are off road vehicles ORVs pollution pyrotechnics flora and fauna protection etc juxtaposed with a strong promotion of ecotourism and the splendours of the area Download the Strandloper Guide map and brochure and read more about its development distribution and results on the DLIST discussions If you are interested in the Strandloper Project please contact Elize Hough at dog hondeklip co za or Grazia de Beer at bedrock icon co za Brochure What can we do to keep our coast clean South Africa Namibia and Angola One potential impact from coastal tourism is an increase in marine litter Discussions on DLIST Benguela about the problem of marine litter and awareness raising and educational activities on the ground promoted by the BCLME Programme have resulted in a Burning Issue on Marine Litter and a brochure in English and Portuguese that describes what we can do to help minimise this problem Download the brochure in English and Portuguese Visit the Burning Issue on Marine Litter and contact Maria Sardinha at bclme behp nexus ao for more information about the BCLME Project Brochure Walvis Bay Outreach Programme Namibia Following up on activities promoted by the BCLME Programme the Walvis Bay Municipality s Environmental Fund has implemented a number of activities such as beach cleaning school competitions and theatre and preparation of informative material This brochure describes the sources and impacts of marine litter in the Walvis Bay area Download the brochure here For more information about the Programme and activities in Walvis Bay

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