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Patents and clean energy technologies in Africa

… United Nations Environment Programme Patents and clean energy technologies in Africa Cover Installation of solar … activities in the field of biofuels, nuclear, marine & tidal and energy from waste carry more relative weight in … other mitigation technologies like nuclear, CCS, marine & tidal and combustion are patented relatively frequently, …
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Energy law and sustainable development

Energy Law and Sustainable Development Energy Law and … through use of toxic chemicals in their manufacture.26 Tidal power plants, which harness the rise and fall of the … China, Russia, the USA, and elsewhere. Development of tidal power depends on appropriate geological conditions …
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Energy, Ecosystems and livelihoods: Understanding linkages in the face of climate change impacts

… with IUCN. HELIO is an independent network of leading energy analysts whose objective is to identify, assess, … towards oceanic energy sources. Thermal-, current-, tidal-, wave- and wind-energy technologies are under development, of which offshore wind-, wave- and tidal-power are currently the most advanced. A number of wave …
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Explaining Ocean Warming: Causes, scale, effects and consequences

… . . . . . . 87 3.4 Impacts and effects of ocean warming on tidal marsh and tidal freshwater forest ecosystems . . . . . . . 105 3.5 … major role of the ocean in global warming and the Earth’s energy budget as a background to the changes in sea …
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Blue Carbon Policy Framework: Based on the discussion of the International Blue Carbon Policy Working Group

… challenges. IUCN works on biodiversity, climate change, energy, human livelihoods and greening the world economy by … stored, sequestered or released from coastal ecosystems of tidal marshes, mangroves and seagrass meadows. Blue Carbon in … of these systems. In particular, the coastal ecosystems of tidal marshes, mangroves and seagrasses sequester and store …
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Legislating for property rights in fisheries

… decades, the traditional right in the public to fish in tidal waters has been supplanted by limitations on access to … systems of the West recognised a public right to fish in tidal waters. However, in response to a growing awareness … together and cited as Minister for Primary Industry and Energy v Davey (1993) 47 FCR 151. At first instance140, the …
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Integrated coastal management law: Establishing and strengthening national legal frameworks for integrated coastal management

… the integration of cross-sectoral plans for fisheries, energy, transportation, waste disposal, tourism, etc. ICM … the seashore (variously defined but at a minimum the inter-tidal zone) as having a special legal status, typically as a … creeks, rivers and backwaters which are influenced by tidal action." However despite this broad definition, in fact …
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Green Infrastructure Guide for Water Management: Ecosystem-based management approaches for water-related infrastructure projects

… infrastructures to serve growing demands for water, energy and food. This work is challenged by the negative … Muthurajawela also acts as a source of freshwater to the tidal delta, and is critical in moderating salinity and … colonization success and survival are sensitive to tidal flooding depth, frequency and duration (Lewis 2005), …
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Guidance for identifying and designating peatlands, wet grasslands, mangroves and coral reefs as Wetlands of International Importance

… marshes, including salt meadows, raised salt marshes, tidal brackish and freshwater marshes). They can also occur … shelter, muddy substrates, and saline water with a large tidal amplitude. 34. Mangrove swamps are characterized by … systems in that they receive large inputs of matter and energy from both land and sea, and more organic carbon is …
14 Jul 2024 Document

Document - The Ramsar Convention on Wetlands: its History and Development

… types should be more complete and set out in an addendum. Tidal flats to be included. 3. Each country should be left … of the Specialized Agencies or of the International Atomic Energy Agency or Party to the Statute of the International … Coastal areas 13) mountain rivers Open sea 1) inter-tidal zone . 14) brooks 2) permanent shallow waters Storage …
14 Jul 2024 Document in Biological Diversity