This report aims to assess the contribution to human well-being of current and potential socio-economic activities in marine Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (ABNJ) in the Southeast Pacific, highlighting human dependence on the ecosystem services that marine Biodiversity in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (BBNJ) provides, as well as on those activities that compete with or generate negative effects on it as a consequence of their deployment. The study focuses on the socio-economic aspects that depend on, and interact with, BBNJ in the FAO 87 region, corresponding to the area in front of the jurisdictional areas of Chile, Peru, Ecuador and Colombia (member countries of the Permanent Commission for the South Pacific or CPPS1), and in general for the well-being of mankind.
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Olivares-Arenas, M., Yannicelli, B., Zapata-Padilla, L. A., Sfeir, R., Castellanos-Galindo, G. A., Aburto, J., Boteler, B., & Guerrero, P. (2021). Study on the Socio-Economic Importance of Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (ABNJ) in the Southeast Pacific Region.
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