Recommendations to promote knowledge exchange and transfer on Marine/Maritime Spatial Planning.
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Cervera Núñez, Cristina
Quesada da Silva, Michele
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To date, capacity development in Marine/Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) has mostly targeted professionals directly involved in the development of MSP plans. However, MSP is a public process that must engage all levels of stakeholders effectively during the policy development, and, in order to accomplish it, stakeholders need to have the appropriate knowledge about MSP to take informed decisions. In this context, communication, knowledge exchange and transfer, and ocean literacy activities are key aspects that need to be promoted. Within capacity development, knowledge exchange is a two-way process of sharing different types of knowledge (technical, scientific and traditional), but also ideas and experiences. It is intended to be mutually beneficial and provide inputs to problem solving. Therefore, these recommendations were developed to advise professionals directly involved in the development of MSP plans on how to promote knowledge exchange and transfer towards other publi.....
Series;NrIOC Technical Series;167
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.5
Essential Ocean Variables (EOV)N/A
CitationCervera Núñez, Cristina, Iglesias Campos, Alejandro and Quesada da Silva, Michele (2021) Recommendations to promote knowledge exchange and transfer on Marine/Maritime Spatial Planning. Paris, UNESCO/IOC, 21pp. (IOC Technical Series nº 167), DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-1566
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