Cross-border cooperation in Maritime Spatial Planning . Final Report.
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Méndez Roldán, Sara
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The ‘Study on International Best Practices for Cross-Border MSP’ has been designed to assist the European Commission (EC) and Member States in the implementation of the MSP Directive through the identification of good practices of MSP, with a particular focus on cross-border cooperation; and to elaborate recommendations that can support the promotion and exchange of MSP at the international level, relevant to the implementation of the EC International Ocean Governance Agenda. Over the last few years, an increasing number of nations have begun to implement MSP at various scales, from local initiatives to transnational efforts, motivated by opportunities for new maritime industries, the reversal of negative environmental trends and the improved coordination of sectors among others. In Europe, the European Directive to establish a framework for MSP (the “MSP Directive”) is considered as a step forward in the adoption of MSP principles and good practices by EU Member States. This directiv.....
Other TitleStudy on International Best Practices for Cross-border Marine Spatial Planning.
PublisherPublications Office of the European Union
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)SDG14.5
Best Practice TypeBest Practice
CitationCarneiro, G.; Thomas, H.; Olsen, S.; Benzaken. D.; Fletcher, S.; Méndez Roldán, S. and Stanwell-Smith, D. (2017) Cross-border cooperation in Maritime Spatial Planning. Final report: Study on International Best Practices for Cross-border MSP. Luxembourg: Publications of the European Union, 109pp. DOI: 10.2826/28939