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SIMWESTMED

SIMWESTMED, SIMNORAT

SIMNORAT & SIMWESTMED conducted the review and comparison of cumulative impact assessment tools across the countries included in the project.

SIMWESTMED

This case study was an exercise of a transboundary MSP process which aimed to illustrate how the challenges to MSP implementation in areas involving different national and international jurisdictions can be addressed. The case study area includes 

SIMWESTMED

This pilot study focuses on Var County in France (Sud Region), particularly on land-sea interactions (LSI) and governance mechanism aspects required in the MSP planning process.

SIMNORAT, SIMWESTMED

These two related studies 1) describe the state of play of MSP implementation in the European Union and especially within the projects’ countries, and 2) address the role of the regions in the implementation process of the MSP Directive and analys

SIMWESTMED

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.

SIMWESTMED, SIMNORAT

As part of SIMNORAT and SIMWESTMED, data portals were developed for sharing transboundary MSP knowledge for the Northern Atlantic and Western Mediterranean, respectively.

SIMWESTMED

This pilot plan on the Tyrrhenian offshore area focuses on cross-border aspects between Tuscany and Sardinia that must be taken into consideration when developing a MSP plan.   

SIMWESTMED

This study evaluates the current and potential future trends of maritime sectors and related spatial demands, with consideration for a related analysis for a ”Blue Growth Scenario” in France, Italy, Malta and Spain.  

SIMWESTMED, SUPREME, SIMNORAT

This methodology can be used for the selection of the most appropriate geographical scale for MSP at a national scale in the areas covered in the SUPREME, SIMNORAT and SIMWESTMED cross-border MSP projects.

SIMWESTMED

This report describes a methodology for the development of cross-border MSP initiatives in the Western Mediterranean, taking into consideration an ecosystem-based approach.