Protecting Coastal Zones In The Mediterranean: An Economic And Regulatory Analysis
Markandya, A., Arnold, S., Cassinelli, M. and Taylor, T., 2008. Protecting Coastal Zones In The Mediterranean: An Economic And Regulatory Analysis. Journal of Coastal Conservation, 12 (3), pp. 145-159.
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This paper examines existing measures taken to protect the coastal zones of the Mediterranean Sea and assesses their success. A summary of the main pressures facing this region is given, followed by an analysis of the legislation covering coastal zone development in ten countries: Algeria, Croatia, Egypt, France, Israel, Italy, Malta, Spain, Tunisia and Turkey. The paper finds that not all of these States have legislation specifically covering coastal zones, but there is concern in all areas that existing legislation is not working. The costs and benefits of controlling coastal development are examined. Firstly, a literature review of valuation studies identifies a range of values placed on the developed and undeveloped coastline for both users and local property owners. These values were then used in a model to evaluate policy options to control development of a stretch of coastline. The model indicates that a stricter control regime of coastal development may provide significant benefits.
|Creators||Markandya, A., Arnold, S., Cassinelli, M. and Taylor, T.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords||recreation,mediterranean,littoral,legislation,coastal zone management|
|Departments||Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Social & Policy Sciences|
Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Economics
|Research Centres||Institute for Sustainable Energy and the Environment|
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