TITLE
Exploring the Blue Economy
PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA
CATICLAN SEAPORT
NATSCA
(The Blue Economyis a progressive metamor...
PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA
CATICLAN SEAPORT
In 1900 our oceans contained at least six times more fish than 2009
CAN WE STOP
O...
PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA
CATICLAN SEAPORT
FISH CONTRIBUTION TO THE ECONOMY, 2012
Sector
Quantity
(MT)
% Value ('000 P) %
1....
PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA
CATICLAN SEAPORT
TITLE
Exploring the Blue Economy
developing the marine sovereignty in Caticlan th...
PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA
CATICLAN SEAPORT
AQUAPONICS
• Higher production rate
• Provides income from two separate products
...
PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA
CATICLAN SEAPORT
Species Local Name
Clupeidae (sardines and
hearings) sardinella sp.
Manamsi
Tambi...
PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA
CATICLAN SEAPORT
Tilapia
•Easy to bread
•Fast Growing
•Can withstand very poor water conditions
•R...
TANBISAAN JETTY PORT
TABON PORT
DUMAGUIT PORT
CATICLAN JETTY PORT
CAGBAN PORT
NEW WASHINGTON PORT
BATAN PORT
9 existing po...
CATICLAN JETTY PORT
CAGBAN PORT
TANBISAAN JETTY PORT
TABON PORT
PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA
CATICLAN SEAPORT
Criteria
Caticlan...
PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA
CATICLAN SEAPORT
RIVER / CREEKS
NATIONAL ROAD
FOREST LAND
SWOT ANALYSIS
STRENGTHS
• LOCAL ACCESS R...
PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA
CATICLAN SEAPORTSWOT ANALYSIS
• SIZE AND LAYOUT
THE TOTAL FLOOR SPACE ARE AVAILABLE FOR NEW
DEVELO...
PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA
CATICLAN SEAPORT
1 KM / RADIUS
SWOT ANALYSIS
OPPORTUNITIES
• GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION
CATICLAN JETTY PO...
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CATICLAN SEAPORT
CATICLAN JETTY PORT
THREAT
• PROXIMITY TO KALIBO
AKLAN’S CAPITAL MUNICIPALITY, KA...
PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA
CATICLAN SEAPORT
COMMERCIAL
RESIDENTIAL
LEGENDS
AREA OF RECLAMATION
EXISTING JETTY PORT
1,638.85 m...
PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA
CATICLAN SEAPORT
NATSCA
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NATSCA Final Presentation by Carla Faner

NATSCA Final Presentation by Carla Faner
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Published in: Environment      
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Transcripts - NATSCA Final Presentation by Carla Faner

  • 1. TITLE Exploring the Blue Economy PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA CATICLAN SEAPORT NATSCA (The Blue Economyis a progressive metamorphosis from the Green Economy) Green Economy Blue Economy by Gunter Pauli
  • 2. PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA CATICLAN SEAPORT In 1900 our oceans contained at least six times more fish than 2009 CAN WE STOP OVERFISHING? Worldwide about 90% of the stocks of large predatory fish stocks are already gone, Forever. That includes tasty dinner favorites like tuna and cod. To continuously catch more fish than the system can naturally produce. NATSCA Is it actually bad if the fish stocks disappear? Maybe. Some fish can be saved If we act now. Millions of people rely on fisheries for their employment One billion people rely on fish as a key source of daily protein (that’s one in every seven humans alive on our planet) Unless the current situation improves, stocks of all species currently fished for food predicted to COLLAPSED BY 2048. Plenty of fish in the sea? 85% of the world’s fisheries are fully exploited, over exploited, depleted recovering from depletion. Fishing industry support th livelihoods of 540 million approximately 8% of world’s population. The collapse fish stocks will lead to devastating effects to income and malnutrition to the world’s poorest nations relied upon the industry.
  • 3. PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA CATICLAN SEAPORT FISH CONTRIBUTION TO THE ECONOMY, 2012 Sector Quantity (MT) % Value ('000 P) % 1. Aquaculture 2,541,965.39 52.4 92,289,924.68 38.3 2. Municipal Fisheries 1,280,849.03 26.3 79,527,365.50 33.5 3. Commercial Fisheries 1,042,317.88 21.4 65,894,183.81 27.7 Total 4,865,132.30 100 237,711,473.99 100 52% 26% 22% QUANTITY = 4,865,132.3 METRIC TONS Aquacultur e (2,541,965) Municipal Fisheries (1,280,849) Commercial Fisheries (1,042,318) 39% 33% 28% VALUE = 237.711 BILLION PESOS Aquaculture (92.29) Municipal Fisheries (79.53) Commercial Fisheries (65.89) Region Commercial Municipal Aquaculture Total % share to total IV-A 69,033.12 126,937.76 211,964.35 407,935.23 8.4 IV-B 44,849.72 175,855.09 464,942.74 685,647.55 14.1 VI 94,621.33 165,855.11 179,230.74 439,707.18 9.0 IX 209,489.27 123,155.28 266,020.27 598,664.82 12.3 ARMM 95,440.82 111,239.37 638,551.71 845,231.90 17.4 Total Fish Production, by Sector, 2012 Fish Production, by Sector and Region, 2012 (in MT) ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ON FISHING Effects on habitat • ExplosiveFishing • Cyanide Fishing • Bottom Trawling depletion of fish stocks ISSUES SOLUTION WILD FISHING reef damage and disease stock Overfishing, Ecological Disruption, & By- catch AQUAPONICS An integration of two systems: Hydroponics and Aquaculture Population growth projected to cause 36 countries to be either cropland or freshwater scarce by 2025. NATSCA
  • 4. PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA CATICLAN SEAPORT TITLE Exploring the Blue Economy developing the marine sovereignty in Caticlan through the seamless combination of three typologies: seaport, public market, and fish farm Regional & International Connections Connection to Shopping District Connection to Business District Connection to Residential Areas Caticlan NATSCA Ocean for food Ocean for transportation Ocean for leisure Ocean for health
  • 5. PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA CATICLAN SEAPORT AQUAPONICS • Higher production rate • Provides income from two separate products • Aquacultural waste products are used • A lot of current research and improvementsgoing on • Natural fertilizer • Good marketing – labelling Growing Indoors • Can be used underground and indoors • Artificial lighting • May be a life-saviour in post-apocalyptic scenario helps conserve water "By growing our crops vertically, we are able to pack more plants per acre than we would have in a field farm, which results in more harvests per year" Robert Colangelo, founding farmer/president of Green Sense Farms “We produce little waste, no agricultural runoff and minimal greenhouse gasses because the food is grown where it is consumed.” increased production economic benefit to the grower NATSCA Benefits: • Our system use up to 98% less water than conventional farming method • Produces up to 10x more vegetables and crops in the same amount of space • Uses up to 75% less energy than almost any other farming method • Guaranteed to be free from chemical fertilizers, pesticides herbicides, fungicides. • Half of the labor is required by almost all other food production methods • Eliminates weeds, pests, diseases, viruses, and pathogens • Can be applied in any situation and can be any size • Truly sustainable closed loop systems are created that provide all the needs.
  • 6. PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA CATICLAN SEAPORT Species Local Name Clupeidae (sardines and hearings) sardinella sp. Manamsi Tambilawan Milk Fish Chanos-chanos sp. Bangus Bangodlong Short mackerel Rastrellinger hysoma sp. Hasa-hasa Oceanic bonito Euthynus yaito sp. Tulingan Cichlidae (cichlids) Tilapia sp. Tilapia Gurami Bal-A Kagtan Dangaray Bulit Tuna Alexis rochie sp. Aloy Mugilidae (mullets) Liza sp.1 Gusaw Marbled grouper Epinepheus fuscoquittatus sp. Inid Bulinaw Pusit Yellow-finned tuna Neothunnus macropterus sp. Tuna bantaeaan Long finnet mullet Mugil caeruleomaculatus sp. Baeanak Yellow leather jacket Scomberoicles lysur sp. Dorado Banded Barracuda Spharaena jello sp. Bat-og Mangagat Philippine Jack Hymmismomsa sp. Mamsa Scombridae (mackerels and tunas) Scomberomorus sp. Tangige Hagong Moon fish Mene maculate sp. Bilong-bilong Dorabs Chironcentrus dorabs sp. Balila Spotted slipmouth Leiognatus ruconius Apotoe Yellow finned goat fish Uperneus Sulphureus sp. Ti-aw Engraulidae (anchovies) Stolephorus sp. Bulinaw Indian sardines sardinilla longiups sp. Tamban Cutlass Trichiurus haumela sp. Liwit Red snapper Lutjanu sp. Malasugi/ Ubod Fish species found in the municipal waters of Aklan NATSCA
  • 7. PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA CATICLAN SEAPORT Tilapia •Easy to bread •Fast Growing •Can withstand very poor water conditions •Require warm water Trout •Great for cool temperatures (10°C -20°C) •Very fast growth rate •Excellent food conversion ratios Carp •Good reproductive capabilities •Can adapt easily in various environments Catfish •Need to be skinned because they don’t have scales •Fast growing •Good food conversion ratio Largemouth Bass •Very varied diet •Small largemouth bass tastier in low temperature water NATSCA
  • 8. TANBISAAN JETTY PORT TABON PORT DUMAGUIT PORT CATICLAN JETTY PORT CAGBAN PORT NEW WASHINGTON PORT BATAN PORT 9 existing ports 4 major ports 5 other ports PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA CATICLAN SEAPORT Criteria Malay New Washington Batan Population - 5pts for Highly Densed; 3 pts for Slightly; 0 pts for less populated area 5 3 3 Accesibility - 5 pts for Train, Jeeps, Bus, and Fx; 3 pts for at least 2 modes of PUVs; 0 pts for no mode of transportation 5 3 3 Utilities - 5 pts for source of electricity and water source; 3 pts for electricity source; 0 pts for no source of electricity and water 5 3 3 Social & Residential - 5 pts for near to recreational areas (malls, city halls, parks, sports facility, etc.); 3 pts for far away from recreational areas; 0 pts for very far) 5 3 3 Business Opportunity - 5 pts for high business progression; 3 pts for low business progression; 0 pts for no possible business opportunity 5 3 3 Safety and Security - 5 pts for very low crime rate; 3 pts for low crime rate 0 pts for high crime rate 3 3 5 Development Impact - 5 pts very good; 3 pts for good; 0 pts for bad 5 3 3 TOTAL 33 21 23 RANKING 1 3 2 MANOC-MANOC PORT BULABOG PORT SITE ANALYSIS NATSCA
  • 9. CATICLAN JETTY PORT CAGBAN PORT TANBISAAN JETTY PORT TABON PORT PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA CATICLAN SEAPORT Criteria Caticlan Jetty Port Cagban Jetty Port Population - 5pts for Highly Densed; 3 pts for Slightly; 0 pts for less populated area 3 5 Accesibility - 5 pts for Train, Jeeps, Bus, and Fx; 3 pts for at least 2 modes of PUVs; 0 pts for no mode of transportation 5 3 Utilities - 5 pts for source of electricity and water source; 3 pts for electricity source; 0 pts for no source of electricity and water 5 5 Social & Residential - 5 pts for near to recreational areas (malls, city halls, parks, sports facility, etc.); 3 pts for far away from recreational areas; 0 pts for very far) 3 5 Business Opportunity - 5 pts for high business progression; 3 pts for low business progression; 0 pts for no possible business opportunity 5 5 Safety and Security - 5 pts for very low crime rate; 3 pts for low crime rate 0 pts for high crime rate 5 3 Development Impact - 5 pts very good; 3 pts for good; 0 pts for bad 5 3 TOTAL 31 29 RANKING 1 2 *CATICLAN JETTY PORT– BUSIEST RORO FACILITY OF THE SRPNH (STRONG REPUBLIC NAUTICAL HIGHWAY) ASIDE FROM BEING THE GATEWAY TO BORACAY MANOC-MANOCPORT BULABOG PORT SITE ANALYSIS NATSCA
  • 10. PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA CATICLAN SEAPORT RIVER / CREEKS NATIONAL ROAD FOREST LAND SWOT ANALYSIS STRENGTHS • LOCAL ACCESS ROAD THE ZONE INCLUDES A STRATEGICALLY IMPORTANT ACCESS ROAD. THIS IMPORTANCE EMANATE FROM THE VICINITY OF KALIBO, AS AKLAN WEST ROAD SERVES AS AN IMPORTANT ACCESS ROUTE TO/FROM THE CAPITAL OF AKLAN AND TO/FROM OTHER PROVINCES. • NEIGHBORING ACTIVITIES GIVEN THE SITE’S LOCATION, THE ROUTE TO THE SITE PASSES THROUGH HOTELS, RESORTS AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS HARMONIZES THE OBJECTIVE OF BUIDLING AN INTEGRATED SUSTAINABLE SEAPORT. • AIRPORT CONNECTIONS THIS REFERS BOTH TO PHYSICAL ROAD CONNECTIONS AND TO BUSINESS SERVICE CONNECTIONS. BOTH ASPECTS ARE IMPORTANT. NORTHWEST PANAY PENINSULA NATURAL PARK BORACAY ISLAND ARIEL’S PT. HINUGTAN BEACH IGNITO CAVE HUROM-HUROM SPRING LEGENDS LIVE CORAL BEDS DIVE SITE AIRPORT SEAPORT NATSCA
  • 11. PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA CATICLAN SEAPORTSWOT ANALYSIS • SIZE AND LAYOUT THE TOTAL FLOOR SPACE ARE AVAILABLE FOR NEW DEVELOPMENT IS12,000 M2. THE LAYOUT IS LINEAR, ALTHOUGH THIS MAXIMIZES ON THE WATERFRONT LOCATION, IT REDUCES AVAILABLE DEPTH FOR ACCOMODATING USES WHICH DO NOT ESSENTIALLY NEED TO BE LOCATED ON THE WATERFRONT AREA OF RECLAMATION EXISTING JETTY PORT COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL OPEN PARKING AREA OPEN PARKING AREA TO MALAY PROPER TOKALIBO 1,638.85 m² 17,735.06 m² WEAKNESS NATSCA
  • 12. PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA CATICLAN SEAPORT 1 KM / RADIUS SWOT ANALYSIS OPPORTUNITIES • GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION CATICLAN JETTY PORT’S LOCATION NEAR THE BOARACAY ISLAND MAKES IT AN IDEAL PLACE FOR THIS TYPE OF DEVELOPMENT. ITS POSITION MAKES IT AN IDEAL LOCATION FOR HUBBIN, STARTING, AND ENDING CRUISES IN CATICLAN • SUPPORT FACILITIES IN ORDER TO MAKE THE DEVELOPMENT MORE ECONOMICALLY ATTRACTIVE, IT IS REALISED THAT OTHER FACILITIES WILL BE NEEDED IN ORDER TO SUPPORT, ENCOURAGE, AND INCREASE THE VIABILITY OF THE PRIMARY FUNCTION. • OTHER RELATED PROJECTS FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS FOR HOTEL AND RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES ARE SIGNIFICANT. • AIRPORT INFRASTRACTURE GODOFREDO P. RAMOS AIRPORTIS AFEW MINUTES DRIVE FROM THE SITE. THROUGH INCREASED COLLABORATION WITH THE CRUISE OPERATORS, AND SEA PASSENGER TERMINAL OPERATORS, DIRECT LINK WOULD FACILITATE EASY, FAST AND EFFICIENT TRASPORTATION OF PASSENGERS AND LUGGAGE WOULD BE POSSIBLE BORACAY ISLAND NORTHWEST PANAY PENINSULA NATURAL PARK ARIEL’S PT. HINUGTAN BEACH IGNITO CAVE HUROM-HUROM SPRING LIVE CORAL BEDS BEACH DIVE SITE AIRPORT SEAPORT LEGENDS MOUNTAIN NATSCA
  • 13. PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA CATICLAN SEAPORT CATICLAN JETTY PORT THREAT • PROXIMITY TO KALIBO AKLAN’S CAPITAL MUNICIPALITY, KALIBO, IS TWO HOURS AWAY FROM THE PORT. A SAID PROPOSAL FOR A NEW SEAPORT TO BE LOCATED IN KALIBO MAY CAUSE THE PORT TO LESSEN # OF THE USERS OF THE PORT. HUROM-HUROM SPRINGS KATUNGGAN MANGROVE FOREST JAWILI FALLS BUGANG RIVER IGNITO CAVE ARIEL’S PT. HINUGTAN BEACH TINIGBASMARINE SANCTUARY MARBLE MOUNTAIN MT. SIBALIW MUSEO IT AKEAN BAKHAWAN ECO-PARK MALAY KALIBO SWOT ANALYSIS BEACH DIVE SITE AIRPORT SEAPORT LEGENDS MOUNTAIN NATSCA
  • 14. PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA CATICLAN SEAPORT COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL LEGENDS AREA OF RECLAMATION EXISTING JETTY PORT 1,638.85 m² 17,735.06 m² gross usable area, single storey footprint, urban context multi-story organization public market seaport terminal fish farm sea side *external trade & transportation land side *internal trade * NATSCA
  • 15. PRESENTER: FANER, CARLA CATICLAN SEAPORT NATSCA

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