Resilience-Based Management (RBM)

TNC Hawai‘i Program divers conducting a resilience assessment along West Hawai‘i Island coast. Photo © David Slater

Due to recent mass coral bleaching events, projections of increasing climate impacts, and widespread degradation of coral reefs around the globe, there has been a shift towards management approaches that support the resilience of coral reefs and the people and local economies that depend on them. Resilience-based management, or RBM, is a management approach that uses knowledge of current and future drivers influencing ecosystem function to prioritize, implement, and adapt management actions that sustain ecosystems and human well-being.

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Acropora coral and blue green chromis on Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia. Photo © Steve Lindfield

Acropora coral and blue green chromis on Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia. Photo © Steve Lindfield

 

This content was developed in collaboration with the following organizations: Great Barrier Reef Foundation, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Coral Reef Conservation Program, Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, International Coral Reef Initiative, United Nations Environment Program, and the University of Queensland.

 

 

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