Coastal Management
The Journal of Caribbean Environmental Sciences and Renewable Energy (CESaRE) was developed in 2016 out of a recognized need to modernize and revolutionize the Caribbean's scientific research publishing. There are over 170 Caribbean research publications in the past 5 years falling under the broad field of environmental sciences, found scattered over a large variety of International journals, without a central (Caribbean) location to collate this knowledge. With the global shift towards renewable over traditional energy sources, together with a rise in environmental consciousness, this a perfect opportunity for highlighting such research conducted in the Caribbean. CESaRE will provide a suitable forum to encourage research into renewable energy, as well as the environmental sciences. CESaRE promises to be more than just a collection of articles, but also a forum to disseminate information and bridge the gap between research and implementation, from which Caribbean leaders, relevant industry partners, and authorities can use our Journal for more effective decision making and environmental management.
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Most, if not all, of the Caribbean territories possess coastlines and coastal resources. Some would say our coasts are one of our greatest assets upon which many industries, be it tourism and/or fishing, depend.  For these to effectively and sustainably managed, data and research are needed from which decisions can be made. 

 


CESaRE will feature research articles on coastal management, including but not limited to:

 

  • Fisheries management
  • Participatory governance
  • Coastal and marine resources (coral reefs, mangroves, beaches)
  • Tourism
  • Coastal Development
  • Economic values of these resources
  • Conflicts between different users of the coastal zone