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  • The Large-Scale Marine Protected Areas: Guidelines for design and management, Best Practice Protected Area Guidelines Series, No. 26 was publication developed in partnership with the International Union for the Conservation of Nature’s (IUCN) World Commission on Protected Areas (WCPA) Large-Scale MPA Task Force (LSMPATF).

  • Intended to outline the known benefits and challenges–as well as provide practical guidance–the publication was written mainly for marine managers working at-scale and their teams. However, as large-scale MPAs impact a wide spectrum of rights-holders and stakeholders, the Guidelines is also relevant for elected officials, government decision-makers and Indigenous Peoples and local communities contemplating “going big” with their marine protection efforts.

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Meeting Agendas

  • Inaugural Meeting, Honolulu • December 6, 2010 (PDF 298kb)

  • 2nd Meeting: Victoria, B.C. • May 13, 2011 (PDF 328kb)

  • 3rd Meeting: Auckland, New Zealand • December 1, 2011 (317kb)

  • 4th Meeting: Jeju Island, South Korea • September 5, 2012 (PDF 1.6mb)

  • 5th Meeting: Marseille, France • October 22, 2013 (PDF 226kb)

  • 6th Meeting: Sydney, Australia • November 11, 2014 (PDF 456kb)

  • 7th Meeting: Honolulu, Hawaiʻi • February 12, 2016 (PDF 327kb)

  • 8th Meeting: Honolulu, Hawaiʻi • September 6, 2016 (PDF 321kb)

  • 9th Meeting: La Serena, Chile • September 3, 2016 (PDF 327kb)

Intertidal monitoring Cruise. 2010 @ Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument

Intertidal monitoring Cruise. 2010 @ Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument

Humpback whale. @ Nicolas Job. Hema Marine Pacifique

Humpback whale. @ Nicolas Job. Hema Marine Pacifique