The Coastal 500

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The Coastal 500 is the largest global network of mayors and local government leaders committed to work towards thriving and prosperous coastal communities. The network is united on recovering and sustaining coastal seas, sharing best practices and key lessons worldwide. It aims to help all members achieve sustainable fisheries that build community prosperity while safeguarding the environment.

Learn more at coastal500.org

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Language
English

Length
4:01 minutes

Date of publication
2021

Country
Indonesia, Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Palau, Philippines

Project

Fishing for Climate Resilience: Empowering vulnerable, fisheries dependent communities adopt ecosystem-based-adaptation measures to secure food and livelihoods

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