2021 Online Course:
Preparatory Materials - Module 3
Each lecture requires participants to undertake advance
preparation with some combination of watching one
or two videos, reading recommended papers and/or reflecting on
questions. See below for Module 3
(Integrated Coastal and Ocean Management). Preparatory
materials are also posted for Module 1 (Ocean Governance and LOS),
Module 2 (Ocean Sciences)
and Module 4 (Fisheries &
MODULE 3: INTEGRATED COASTAL AND OCEAN
Friday 4th June: SESSION 9
9.1 LIVE LECTURE to be delivered on
Maxine Westhead - MARINE PROTECTED AREAS IN
THE CONTEXT OF MARINE SPATIAL PLANNING
Key lecture topics
Marine Planning and Conservation in the Maritimes
Region of Fisheries and Oceans Canada
- Marine Spatial Planning
- Marine Conservation
- Marine Protected Area network planning
1. Catherine Schram et al.
"From one to ten: Canada’s approach to
achieving marine conservation targets", Aquatic Conserv: Mar
FreshwEcosyst. 2019;29(S2):170-180. [ALSO AVAILABLE AS PDF
Google Drive: Session 9]
Canada’s Marine Protected Area protection standards (new as
Questions (for reflection, not
1. In your opinion, has setting the international numerical targets of
10% of the ocean and 17% of land protected by 2020 helped or hindered
meaningful conservation? 2. With respect to the Schram et al paper, how
does Canada’s approach to meeting these targets compare with the
approach of your country?
Tuesday 8th June (World Ocean Day): SESSION 10
10.1 LIVE LECTURE to be delivered on
Lucia Fanning - ICOM: QUESTIONING THE PAST,
RETHINKING THE FUTURE
Key questions to be explored during discussion
on readings below and participants' knowledge)
- What exactly is integrated coastal and ocean
management and why do we need it?
- Has it lived up to its promise since called for
internationally in Agenda 21, Rio 1992?
- What needs to be changed and why?
- How might we move forward?
1. Raphael Bille, "Integrated coastal zone management: four
entrenched illusions", SAPI EN. S. Surveys and Perspectives
Integrating Environment and Society, (1.2), 2008.
2. Noelle Boucquey et al., "The
ontological politics of marine spatial planning: Assembling the ocean
and shaping the capacities of ‘Community’ and ‘Environment’",
Geoforum Vol. 75, 2016, pp. 1-11. [ALSO AVAILABLE AS PDF
on Google Drive: Session 10]
3. Lucia Fanning, “The Promise of Integrated Coastal and Ocean
Management: Questioning the Past, Rethinking the Future.” in The
Future of Ocean Governance and Capacity Development: Essays in Honour
of Elisabeth Mann Borgese (1918-2002), edited by IOI-Canada
(Leiden: Brill Nijhoff, 2018) pp. 262-267.
Friday 11th June: SESSION 11
11.1 RECORDED LECTURE (on Google
to watch before session
Bob Edwards - MARITIME SECURITY -
CHALLENGES, OBLIGATIONS AND OPPORTUNITIES
1. "Maritime security and safety",
Section V, Oceans and the law of the sea, Report of the Secretary
General, United Nations, Sixty-third session, 10th March 2008, pp.
2. African Union, African Charter on Maritime Security and
Development in Africa (LOMÉ CHARTER), Adopted by the
Extraordinary Session of the Assembly, Lomé, Togo - 15th October 2016.
3. David Griffiths, “Security Dimensions of Ocean Governance”
in The Future of Ocean Governance and Capacity Development:
Essays in Honour of Elisabeth Mann Borgese (1918-2002),
edited by IOI-Canada (Leiden: Brill Nijhoff, 2018) pp. 410-415.
Questions for reflection only:
1. Is it
'maritime security,' or 'maritime insecurity'? 2. Is climate change a
threat to maritime security? What about sea-level rise? And, what about
illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing? 3. What is the
relationship between maritime security and sustainable development? 4.
Has COVID-19 affected global maritime security? 5. What are key
features of an effective maritime security strategy? 6. What are
current challenges in maritime security? 7. What is 'the elephant in
the room' in maritime security?
11.2 RECORDED LECTURE (on Google
Drive) to watch before session
Murielle Provost and David Griffiths -
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT IN THE COASTAL ZONE
Key Topics for 11th June session
with Griffiths on The Emergency Management
- The cyclical components of Emergency Management as
- Resilience versus vulnerability
- Emergency Management – from national strategy to
1. David Griffiths, "War and Other Disasters: A Holistic
Approach to Security Strategy,” Conference Proceedings, 1st
Maritime Conference on "Maritime Threats and Opportunities in the 21st
Century: a Global Perspective on the Indian
Ocean" (4-6 March 2007), pp. 119-122. Karachi: National Centre of
Maritime Policy Research, 2005.
"Emergency Management Concepts and Premises", Section Two,
Emergency Management Planning Guide 2010–2011. Ottawa: Public
3. Introduction [pp. 1-1 to 1-5] to
How Resilient is Your Coastal
Community? A guide for evaluating coastal community resilience to
tsunamis and other hazards. Bangkok: U.S. Indian Ocean
System Program, 2007.
Tuesday 15th June: SESSION 12
12.1 LIVE LECTURE to be delivered on
Sarah MacNeil - CO-DEVELOPING A CANADIAN OCEAN