RGI is a unique collaboration of NGOs and Transmission System Operators (TSOs) from across Europe.
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The North Seas Countries’ Offshore Grid Initiative was a regional cooperation of 10 countries to facilitate the coordinated development of a possible offshore electricity grid in the greater North Sea area.
EUSAIR was jointly developed by the EC, together with the Adriatic-Ionian Region countries and stakeholders, in order to address common challenges. The Strategy was adopted in 2014 together with its Action Plan.
This group acts as a coordinating body within the Polish government in relation to use and conservation of marine resources and ecosystem services as well as the sea-related abiotic services.
European Commission DG ENER
North Sea region countries (Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden, and later also the UK) have agreed to further strengthen their energy cooperation, to improve conditions for the development of
Presentation by Lodewijk Abspoel
The intervision concept is an alternative method can be used to facilitate cooperative learning during workshops. It has been applied for at the European Maritime Day 2016 in Turku.
German-Polish Spatial Planning Committee
The web-portal provides information about the work of the German-Polish Committee for Spatial Planning and invites stakeholders to actively participate in current and future processes.
The strategic project “ΘΑΛ-ΧΩΡ - Cross-border Cooperation for Maritime Spatial Planning Development” (THAL-CHOR) aimed at the development of a MSP methodology and its pilot implementation in selected area of Cyprus and Greece, as well as at supporting the preparation of both countries for the implementation of the EU Directive on MSP.
Active engagement of fisheries stakeholders through their participation in scientific research provides a way to help reduce tension and build collaborative working relationships that yield long-term benefits to resource management.
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.
The practice aimed to develop an MSP methodology and its pilot implementation in selected regions of Greece and Cyprus.
Evidence of MSP authorities working together on defining transborder issues, collecting and sharing data, creating common GIS platform, undertaking stakeholder engagement etc.