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Sustainable marine space managements - Malaysia perspective

Omar, Abdullah Hisam and Mohamad Abdullah, Nazirah and Rambat, Shuib and Yahaya, Noor Anim Zanariah and Rahibulsadri, Rasheila and Abdullah, Ashraf and Yahya, Rahim and Jamil, Hassan and Teng, Chee Hua and Chan, Keat Lim (2015) Sustainable marine space managements - Malaysia perspective. In: WCS-CE - The World Cadastre Summit, Congress & Exhibition, 20-24 April, 2015, Turkey.

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Abstract

The management of good governance of marine space administration has been debated since at least the 2000s. An extensive literature and research report it is hardly surprising then that this marine space is under serious threat from a myriad of overlapping and conflicting interests. The evidence of change is compelling and manifest. It is therefore imperative to manage, administer and govern the coastal zone in a considered, sustainable and structured manner as well as to protect and nurture the environment we live in. Failure to do so may have disastrous consequences for future generations (FIG, 2006). This includes polishing the management system, particularly the governance of marine space administrative to support marine rights. Sutherland and Nichols (2006) said that the oceans provide an opportunity to not make the same mistakes we have made in land resource management and land information systems. Marine space administration and management can help to improve our governance and information systems on coastal and marine areas. This unresolved problem has led to the lack of a concerted effort in the existing management in the marine space and the quality of sustainable marine space administration is indirectly being affected. From the perspective of management, Malaysia has many institutions that manage and administering the marine environment. However, the developing of institutional framework is still uncertain with ambiguities, conflicts and overlapping on administration and management models due to the bill of act. This paper explores the contributing elements of the Malaysia marine space administration issues towards sustainable marine space administration.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords:collaborative design, management issues
Subjects:H Social Sciences > HD Industries. Land use. Labor
Divisions:Geoinformation and Real Estate
ID Code:60677
Deposited By: Widya Wahid
Deposited On:28 Feb 2017 10:40
Last Modified:22 Aug 2017 14:24

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