The aim of the programme is to develop an innovative, knowledge and research based, sustainable and inclusive 2 Seas area, where natural resources are protected and the green economy promoted.
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The toolkit focuses on the development and implementation of Allocation Zones for Aquaculture (AZA) in the Mediterranean and the Black Sea. It is based on the results of existing AZA in these regions. The toolkit is addressed to policy-makers, reg
Marine spatial planning (MSP) in Europe is in a paradigm shift as all (coastal) European countries now have established practices for the production of marine spatial plans.
Planning for marine areas, from coastal to open-ocean regions, is being developed worldwide to foster sustainable ocean management and governance.
Ocean and Coastal Management
Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) has been heralded as the key means of achieving a more integrated approach to marine use across sectors and spatial scales.
The study provides a design and method for evaluating MSP and its implementation within the context of governance (Sustainability of Governance (SoG)).
This practices demonstrates how the sustainability of the MSP governance process can be evaluated.
PEGASO Spatial data Infrastructure (SDI) is a distributed data sharing infrastructure made up of GeoNodes composed of three main components: a Map Viewer, a Data Catalogue and a Map Atlas.
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
This report summarises the findings from a 2013 Sustainability Appraisal of a draft version Scotland’s National Marine Plan. The SA has considered the potential social, economic and environmental effects of the draft plan, and alternatives to the plan.
The objective of EBMS was to facilitate the implementation of the environmental management with the values of the management by ecosystem giving a better implementation of this strategy of the United Nations.
The Interreg South Baltic is a funding instrument seeking to activate the potential for blue and green growth through cross-border cooperation.