This guide is targeted at regional planners and spatial data officers involved in national and cross-border Maritime Spatial Planning.
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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.
The MESMA framework is a stepwise approach to systematically monitor, evaluate and develop spatial management plans in different marine areas.
Compilation of tools and instruments that can be applied in developing effective MSP and ICM based on experience gained in various cases in Baltic, Adriatic and Black Sea.
The handbook is intended as a methodological and practical guide aiming to support the future evolution of the MSP approach in the Adriatic Region.
The PISCES guide was developed by multi-ntaional, multi-stakeholder collaboration and explores what is needed to implement the ecosystem approach in the context of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive.
Improvement of the Integrated Coastal Zone Management in the Black Sea Regio
Offering an integrated and comprehensive report on the actual status of Integrated Coastal Zone Management process in Bulgaria, Moldova, Romania, Turkey and Ukraine.