maritime strategy

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France

In order to develop a long-term strategy to support sustainable growth in the marine and maritime sectors, France has adopted a National Maritime and Coastline Strategy (Stratégie nationale pour la mer et le littoral - SNML) which sets out an ambi

Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation

The Swedish Maritime Strategy - for people, jobs and the environment,  is a policy document for socially, environmentally and economically sustainable development in the Swedish maritime sectors.

 

HELCOM

The Strategy is a common plan to monitor and assess the health of the Baltic Sea in a coordinated and cost-efficient way between all HELCOM Contracting Parties.

Latvia - MSP

The Latvian MSP is a national level long-term spatial development planning document that shall define the use of the sea, considering a terrestrial part that is functionally interlinked with the sea and co-ordinating interests of various sectors and local governments in use of the sea.

Sweden - Västra Götaland Region

To develop the maritime sector further, a strategy is needed that brings together all players around a set of objectives and a vision of the direction that development will take.

Sweden - Västra Götaland Region

This report presents the results of an investigation of maritime clusters in Västra Götaland, which was carried out on the initiative of Region Västra Götaland, Chalmers University of Technology and the University of Gothenburg (GU).