II Taller Alianza Eco-region Caribe Sur / MIZC.Parque marino de Bonaire

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STINAPA presenta su trabajo en el Parque marino de Bonaire como un ejemplo de gestion de gestion de AMP en el Caribe Sur

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II Taller Alianza Eco-region Caribe Sur / MIZC.Parque marino de Bonaire

  1. 1. FOUNDATION OF NATIONAL PARKS
  2. 2. • STINAPA N.A.• STINAPA Bonaire.• Board of Directors.• General Director.• Protected areas.
  3. 3. MISSION OF STINAPA Bonaire.STINAPA Bonaire is dedicated to the conservation ofBonaire’s natural and historical heritage through thesustainable use of its resources.
  4. 4. GOALS OF STINAPA Bonaire.1) To protect, conserve and restore of all the naturalresources, including but not limited to the native flora andfauna of Bonaire for future generations2) To ensure that the conservation of these naturalresources is given the highest priority in all publicdecision making processes3) To ensure that the residents of and visitors to Bonairereceive quality education and information in the protectionof nature and the environment4) To ensure that the natural and historical resources ofBonaire are used in a sustainable manner
  5. 5. Bonaire National Marine Park
  6. 6. HISTORY• Pre 1979.• 1979, Bonaire Marine Park.• 1992, Divers Fee.• 1999, National Park status.• 2000, Demo site for UNEP.• 2001, Klein Bonaire.
  7. 7. Bonaire’sProtectedAreas
  8. 8. Bonaire’sProtectedAreas
  9. 9. Bonaire’sProtectedAreas
  10. 10. Bonaire’sProtectedAreas
  11. 11. Bonaire’sProtectedAreas
  12. 12. Bonaire’sProtectedAreas
  13. 13. Bonaire’sProtectedAreas
  14. 14. Bonaire’sProtectedAreas
  15. 15. Bonaire’sProtectedAreas
  16. 16. Bonaire’sProtectedAreas
  17. 17. DAILY ACTIVITIES• Patrolling and enforcement.• Education programs.• Mooring maintenance.• Assistance to scientists• Data collection.• Assistance on public events.
  18. 18. FINANCES• Users fees.• Grants and donations.• Government subsidy.• Others.
  19. 19. H EW RO IR TL AD G E

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