The increasing demand for maritime space for various uses, as well as the multiple pressures on marine and coastal resources, requires an integrated approach to ocean management in the Western
The increasing demand for maritime space for various uses, as well as the multiple pressures on marine and coastal resources, requires an integrated approach to ocean management in the Western Mediterranean.
The joint webinar organized by the WestMED Assistance Mechanism and MSPglobal Initiative will seek to improve cross-border and transboundary cooperation for the development of Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) and Sustainable Blue Economy.
This event will assist WestMed southern shore countries in exchanging best cases, tools and actions at national and regional level to contribute to a coherent ecosystem-based MSP process and shape the role of MSP as a booster for Blue Economy.
To access the presentations of the webinar, click here.
The day before, on 10 May (10:00 am – 2:40 pm/GMT+2), an EU MSP Platform – MSP-MED joint webinar will deal with the coexistence and synergetic relationship between economic, social, environmental, and cultural components of “spatial efficiency” at sea.
Through case studies, the webinar will present different points of view in building integrated and cohesive planning approaches and new management tools in MSP, including cooperation among Mediterranean EU countries and with Southern Mediterranean countries.
For more information about this event, please click here.
Click here to read the MSPglobal technical reports on the status of current and future conditions in the West Mediterranean.