Riga, Latvia.
Events related to spatial planning and territorial development in the BSR
The purpose of the Forum is:
  • Bring together practitioners and researchers interested in maritime spatial planning (MSP), as well as policy makers and stakeholders involved in marine and coastal activities;
  • Show experiences and practices on MSP approaches and marine resources management;
  • Establish a maritime spatial planners platform for exchange of knowledge and experience and discussion on practical and technical planning matters;
  • Discuss conclusions and recommendationsof the PartiSEApate project on Concept for a transnational institutional and governance model on transnational coordination, agreements and data exchange in MSP, Recommendations for transnational MSP and stakeholder involvement process;
  • Discuss transposition and application of the upcoming EU Directive on establishing a framework for MSP and integrated coastal management;
  • Discuss on how to enhance and ensure continuity of maritime stakeholder dialogue;
  • Propose further steps for a successful implementation of the Regional Baltic MSP Roadmap 2013-2020;
  • Set the basis for new cooperation projects under HA Spatial Planning of the EUSBSR;
  • Investigate further needs in capacity building and specialized education related to MSP;
  • Contribute to the upcoming VASAB Ministerial Conference by devising new sea basin approaches in order to draw up and apply of trans-boundary ecosystem-based maritime spatial plans to the Region by 2020.
Participants: Approximately 200 persons (MSP practitioners, marine researchers, project PartiSEApate partners, decision makers and stakeholders).

Forum will cover the following topics:
  • Latest Developments in MSP in the Baltic Sea and other European Sea Basins;
  • Sectors Perspectives on the benefits of MSP in the Baltic Sea;
  • MSP and Environmental Protection;
  • How to enhance Baltic Sea wide cooperation and consultation on MSP;
  • Ways of Multi-Level Public Participation in MSP;
  • Research and Data needs for MSP.

The discussions will be supplemented by an exhibition of case studies, tools and data modules relevant for spatial planning.

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17 June 2014 - 18 June 2014
Radisson Blu Daugava Hotel, Kuģu street 24, Riga, Latvia
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ADRIPLAN aims to deliver a commonly-agreed approach to cross-border MSP in the Adriatic-Ionian region, considered as a whole and more specifically through two Focus Areas (Northern Adriatic Sea; Southern Adriatic / Northern Ionian Sea).