Panama City, 23 July 2022 (TDI): In order to discuss the Eastern Tropical Marine Corridor (CMAR) Deputy Minister Multilateral Affairs and Cooperation of Panama, Ana Luisa Castro held a meeting with the Joint Nature Conversation Committee (JNCC).
The meeting was also attended by the British Ambassador to Panama, Tim Stew. The agenda was to discuss the preparation for Our Ocean Conference. Panama will be hosting the 2023 Our Ocean Conference. While the 2022 Conference was hosted by Palau.
Como parte de los preparativos para Our Ocean, la viceministra @AnaLuisaCastroN sostuvo una reunión con @JNCC_UK y el embajador @TimStewFCDO donde conversaron sobre el Corredor Marino del Este Tropical (CMAR). pic.twitter.com/acCC4NbwlB
— Cancillería de Panamá (@CancilleriaPma) July 22, 2022
Joint Nature Conversation Committee: An Overview
Joint Nature Conversation Committee (JNCC) is the public network that advises the Government of the United Kingdom (UK) along with the delegated administration for nature conservation both internationally and in the UK.
The meetings are led by a Joint Committee where members from Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and England are brought together to brainstorm.
In addition, the independent members are appointed to discuss the matters related to food and the environment along with rural matters.
Furthermore, the purpose of the business is to make use of employees who have scientific as well as technical knowledge. The International, as well as European facets of nature, are also keenly observed.
Eastern Tropical Marine Corridor (CMAR)
Due to the pollutants and their pressures on environmental growth in society in the Eastern Tropical Pacific Region, CMAR was established. The CMAR was formed in 2004 in the San Jose Declaration adopted at the conclusion of the World Hydropower Congress.
The important normative facets of CMAR are always inspected, along with the legal and regulatory issues. Additionally, it raises issues like the size, lack of sector-wide participation, anti-nature, and insufficient funding.