Maritime Spatial Planning

Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management

Strategic environmental assessment (SEA) is used to identify the potential impacts of plans and policies such as maritime spatial planning (MSP).

Planning Practice & Research Volume 37

Denmark is currently producing their first Maritime Spatial Plan, as required by the European Union’s Maritime Spatial Planning Directive 2014/89.

Planning Practice & Research, Volume 37

One area where climate adaptation policies are proving difficult to design and implement is at the coast.


This report is developed within the framework of the MARSPLAN-BS-II project that supports coherent, cross-sectoral Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) in Bulgaria and Romania, under the framework of MSP Directive 2014/89/EU, establishing a stable mech


In the middle of the North Atlantic is the Azores, an archipelago of nine islands. Despite their small size, the surrounding maritime space of the islands accounts for almost 1 million square kilometres.


The entire contemporary economic and social development is under the sign of the evolutions in the sphere of services, which constitute a crucial component of the global economy.

Planning practice and research

This article employs a multi-disciplinary planning and political science perspective to examine transboundary marine spatial planning (TMSP) in European sea basins through a collaborative governance and planning framework.


Digitalization is gaining increasing attention in Higher Education (HE).

Capacity4MSP project

This paper was developed within the context of the Capacity4MSP project that aims to create a practically oriented and interactive collaboration platform for MSP stakeholders, decision- and policy makers that will inform, support and enhance ongoi

EconPapers - Sustainability - Volume 14.

Spatial planning faces challenges in addressing interactions between land and sea. This paper elaborates on land–sea interfaces, which can integrate certain socio-cultural values and related tensions into maritime spatial planning (MSP).

Perspectives on Deep-Sea Mining pp 593-612

There are several regulatory frameworks that are already in place from an international context for maritime activities at sea that would apply to deep-sea mining operations and guide the operational implementation of such frameworks.


This paper uses the case of French maritime spatial plans to propose tools to improve data sharing stakeholder engagement.