The report is produced as part of the Pan Baltic Scope project. It targets the spatial planners at the land-sea interface at municipal, regional and national levels. The main goal of the report is to share stories, ideas and lessons learned at dif
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Pan Baltic Scope
The report presents the results of the Pan Baltic Scope project focused on the monitoring and evaluation of MSP. The activity consisted of two parts.
The study is developed within the framework of the SEANSE project with the aim to compare and analyse different criteria applied by the North Sea countries for planning their offshore wind farms, while considering environment and other sea uses.
This case study aims to demonstrate the cross-border cooperation between Spain and France in technical analysis to support the implementation of maritime spatial planning.
This case study presents an analysis of the Dubrovnik – Neretva County within the spatial planning framework of Croatia.
HELCOM/VASAB, OSPAR and ICES
Workshop demonstrating how HELCOM/VASAB, OSPAR and ICES can contribute and cooperate to the further development of the process of ecosystem-based MSP.
Analysis of links between economic, social and ecological marine spatial planning processes with the aim of providing practical input for the development of a long-term strategy towards evaluation and monitoring of MSP in the Black Sea.
The MESMA Central Exchange application provides a framework to evaluate and monitor the management of spatially managed marine areas. Users can explore the analysis methods on the MESMA website.
Scenarios are used to find more flexible solutions in a transparent manner for cross-border MSP and determine benefits.