land-sea interaction

Journal of Coastal Conservation, volume 25

The Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) Directive was ratified (2014/89/EU) along the Strategy of the European Union (EU) on the Blue Economy to contribute to the effective management of maritime activities and resources and incorporate the principal

MSP MED

This document is a report of the second workshop organised within the framework of the MSP MED Project. This project aims at promoting Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) processes in the Mediterranean Sea.

The interactions between land and sea are fundamental to human wellbeing.

Pan Baltic Scope 

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.

SIMNORAT

The report is a deliverable of the component "Develop and propose a conceptual methodology for transboundary MSP in the Northern Atlantic, with operational details on selected aspects" of the project SIMNORAT.

SUPREME & SIMWESTMED

This document aims to provide a methodological guideline for analysing land-sea interactions (LSI) within MSP, and explores how such analysis can be embedded in the wider ICZM context.

The service contract resulting from this call for tenders related to “Maritime spatial planning and land-sea interactions” concerns an action which shall contribute to the extended use of territorial evidence adding a European perspective to polic

NoordzeeLoket

To improve the discussion on land-sea interaction in the development phase of the Dutch North Sea Policy Agenda, several authorities and organisations have developed movies. These movies are a different method of improving the discussion.

State Development Plan of Schleswig - Holstein

The State Development Plan (LEP) for Schleswig - Holstein regulates conclusively the spatial objectives and principles for terrestrial and for marine areas.