Sectors

 

SECTOR DESCRIPTIONS

       

CONFLICTING SECTOR INTERESTS

 

CABLES AND PIPELINES

 

                                           <->  TOURISM vs OFFSHORE WIND

 

COASTAL AND MARITIME TOURISM

 

  <-> CABLES vs FISHERIES

 

FISHING

 

  <-> MILITARY vs OTHER USES

 

MARINE AGGREGATES AND MARINE MINING

 

  <-> TRANSPORT vs MARINE CONSERVATION

 

MARINE AQUACULTURE

 

  <-> OFFSHORE WIND vs FISHERIES

 

OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY

 

  <-> AQUACULTURE vs TOURISM

 

OIL AND GAS

 

  <-> TRANSPORT vs OFFSHORE WIND

 

SHIPPING AND PORTS

 

  <->

OFFSHORE WIND vs CONSERVATION

 

TIDAL AND WAVE

 

  <->

FISHERIES vs CONSERVATION

 

Background information

Sector fiches

The MSP for Blue Growth study 2017 provides sector fiches for nine key maritime sectors listed  The sector fiches are meant as a tool to investigate current and future potential spatial demands. The sector fiches deal mainly with the MSP dimension in the expected evolution of the analysed sectors, putting the focus not only on the present spatial needs of each of the sectors, but also on the anticipated future developments of the industry. At the same time, the fiches look at the interaction that exists among sectors, and offer a set of concrete recommendations to inform MSP processes. Finally, the fiches aim at being a solid first information source listing the most relevant actors, initiatives, and available literature in the sector in question. The sector webpages include a summary of the sector fiches as well as links to relevant practices and projects.

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Conflicting sector interests

The MSP for Blue Growth study 2018 analysed the 9 most common and MSP relevant spatial conflicts between two maritime sectors. The results of the study are the 9 conflict fiches. The fiches decribe the spatial demands of the two individual sectors, and where these spatial demands are getting in conflict with each other. Following this, the actual possible conflicting elements are described in more detail. Special emphasis is put on possible solutions for the conflicts, which can be both mitigating solutions (before the problem arises), or problem solving solutions, when an conflict is already apparent. Solutions can be both MSP related (to be incorporated into a plan or planning process) or possibly be found in a more sector oriented way (outside of the MSP process). To increase the understanding of the conflict in real life, several case studies (conflict stories) are described in the fiches.

The final version of the study is still under development and will be published in January 2019.