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Preparation of Detailed Project Report for Creation of Awareness to Coastal Communities on CRZ Provisions, Coastal Pollutions and Biodiversity

Entrusted by: National Centre for Sustainable Coastal Management (NCSCM), Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change, Govt. of India
Implementing Agency: Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI) and Centre for Innovations in Public Systems (CIPS), Hyderabad
Project Area: Tamil Nadu
Project Cost: Rs. 14,95,000/- (Rs. Fourteen lakhs Ninety Five thousand only)
The National Centre for Sustainable Coastal Management (NCSCM), under Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Government of India was established with the aim to provide better protection, conservation, rehabilitation, management and policy design of the coast, integrated management of coastal and marine environment for livelihood security, sustainable development and hazard risk management. It strives to enhance knowledge, research and advisory support, partnerships and network and coastal community interface by promoting integrated and sustainable management of coastal and marine areas in India and advise Union and States/ Union Territory Governments.
The Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change (MoEF&CC) has initiated “Enhancing Coastal and Ocean Resource Efficiency” (ENCORE) project to strengthen integrated coastal zone management in all coastal States and Union Territories of India. It seeks to assist the Government of India (GoI) in enhancing coastal resource efficiency and resilience, by building collective capacity (including communities and decentralized governance) for adopting and implementing integrated coastal management approaches. The ENCORE focuses on building and drawing from the experience of the ongoing World Bank-supported Integrated Coastal Zone Management Project (ICZMP), including the linkages between coastal conservation, climate resilience, and poverty reduction. The Project activities are being implemented in Seven (07) States / and Two (02) Union Territories (UTs) of coastal India relate to improving the coastal environment; leveraging the concepts of resource efficiency.
The National Centre for Sustainable Coastal Management (NCSCM), under Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Government of India was established with the aim to provide better protection, conservation, rehabilitation, management and policy design of the coast, integrated management of coastal and marine environment for livelihood security, sustainable development and hazard risk management. It strives to enhance knowledge, research and advisory support, partnerships and network and coastal community interface by promoting integrated and sustainable management of coastal and marine areas in India and advise Union and States/ Union Territory Governments.
The Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change (MoEF&CC) has initiated “Enhancing Coastal and Ocean Resource Efficiency” (ENCORE) project to strengthen integrated coastal zone management in all coastal States and Union Territories of India. It seeks to assist the Government of India (GoI) in enhancing coastal resource efficiency and resilience, by building collective capacity (including communities and decentralized governance) for adopting and implementing integrated coastal management approaches. The ENCORE focuses on building and drawing from the experience of the ongoing World Bank-supported Integrated Coastal Zone Management Project (ICZMP), including the linkages between coastal conservation, climate resilience, and poverty reduction. The Project activities are being implemented in Seven (07) States / and Two (02) Union Territories (UTs) of coastal India relate to improving the coastal environment; leveraging the concepts of resource efficiency.
Considering the importance of involvement of stakeholders in the protection and conservation of coastal communities through creation of awareness on CRZ provisions, coastal pollution and biodiversity, NCSCM has proposed “Creation of Awareness to Coastal Communities on CRZ Provisions, Coastal Pollutions and Biodiversity”.
In this background, Dean of Training Programs, Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI) and Director Centre for Innovations in Public Systems (CIPS), interacted with the team at NCSCM led by its Director for “Preparation of a Detailed Project Report for Creation of Awareness to Coastal Communities on CRZ Provisions, Coastal Pollutions and Biodiversity” with training schedule. This would enable the communities/stakeholders to have better understanding on the issues leading to enhance the conservation of resources, minimum damages to infrastructure, human and marine life during natural calamities and improved health conditions. Accordingly, a proposal was jointly submitted by ASCI and CIPS to the NCSCM and sanction order has also been received.