actors and agreements in the region
Global action and Global
Regional Seas Programme. >
UNEP Global programme of action for the protection of
the marine environment from land-based activities (UNEP
Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC-CEPAL).
Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean
Coral Reef Initiative and other organizations and
the threats to coral reefs, including the effects of
conventions, agreements, action plans and actors
for Cooperation in the Protection and Sustainable Development
of Marine and Coastal Environment of the Northeast Pacific
(Antigua Convention) COCATRAM. >
Action Plan to the Convention for Cooperation in the
Protection and Sustainable Development of the Marine
and Coastal Environment of the Northeast Pacific.
Latin American Agreement on Port State Control (Viña
del Mar Agreement).
reports on the state of the marine and coastal environment
Regional Diagnostic Study on Land-based Sources of Pollution
in the North-East Pacific area is under development.
UNEP GPA: Assessment
of Land-based Sources and Activities Affecting the Marine,
Coastal and Associated Freshwater Environment in the
South-East Pacific. This report
includes Panama and Colombia. Four
areas Baha de Panama, and Colombian areas Buenaventura,
Tumaco, and Esmeraldas are identified as risk
areas for oil pollution.
UNEP GPA: North
East Pacific (brief description of environmental
state, priority issues).
Environment Outlook 3 (GEO3). Coastal and marine
of Rhode Island: Large Marine Ecosystems (LME): The
region includes the
Pacific Central American Coastal System.
sector and NGOs actors and initiatives
Clean Caribbean Cooperative.
Association of Oil and Natural Gas Companies in Latin
America and the Caribbean (ARPEL).
Petroleum Analytics (LAPA).
Action Network (RAN): Oil
International Tanker Owners Pollution Federation (ITOPF).
International Directory of Oil Spill Cleanup Contractors
and Response Organisations.
Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association