Identification of maritime spatial planning best practices in the Baltic Sea Region and other European Union maritime regions.
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This report identifies good practices in implementation of the Baltic Sea Broad-scale Maritime Spatial Planning Principles jointly developed by VASAB and HELCOM. in 2010. The main aim of this exercise is to support planning process in the Bothnian Sea and share experience on maritime spatial planning (MSP) among the VASAB and HELCOM stakeholders and other relevant actors. The first part of the report is devoted to presentation of the most important planning activities in the Baltic Sea Region covering marine waters. The following plans draft plans and planning projects have been analysed: Pilot maritime spatial plan for the Southern Middle Bank, Pilot maritime spatial plan for Western part of the Gulf of Gdańsk, Pilot maritime spatial plan for the Western coast of Latvia and the adjacent waters, Spatial plan for the German EEZ of the Baltic Sea, Spatial Development programme of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Pilot Project Pomeranian Bight / Arkona Basin, Pilot maritime spatial plans for the .....
Other TitleIdentification of maritime spatial planning best practices in the Baltic Sea Region and other European Union maritime regions (comments of WWF, Estonia, Latvia, Germany. HELCOM Secretariat accomodated,Finland added).
PublisherMaritime Institute in Gdańsk
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.2
Essential Ocean Variables (EOV)N/A
Spatial CoverageBaltic Sea
CitationZaucha, J. & Matczak, M. (2012) Identification of maritime spatial planning best practices in the Baltic Sea Region and other European Union maritime regions. Gdansk, Poland, Maritime Institute in Gdańsk, 73pp. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-1725