Maritime Spatial Planning

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.

SIMAtlantic

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

SIMAtlantic 

Sustainable development and specifically Sustainable Blue Economy asks for an Ecosystem Based Approach (EBA) to Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) to identify the utilization of marine space for different uses in the most efficient and sustainable wa

Journal of Cleaner Production - Volume 330

Area-Based Management Tools (ABMTs) are spatial instruments for conservation and managing different forms of ocean use.

Marine Policy - Volume 136

With expanding human uses of sea space, the role of marine/maritime spatial planning (MSP) in supporting their sustainable co-existence and synergies, while preserving marine ecosystems, becomes an increasingly challenging task.

Marine Policy - Volume 132

The European Union has a legally-binding framework for the establishment of maritime spatial plans in the sea areas covered by the exclusive economic zones of its Member States by 2021.

Journal of Coastal Conservation - Volume 25 

Human activities and natural processes interact with each other in complex ways along the land-sea interface.

Marine Policy, Volume 133

Scenarios constitute narratives or storylines that reasonably describe how the future is likely to unfold.

Journal of Coastal Conservation, volume 25

The Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) Directive was ratified (2014/89/EU) along the Strategy of the European Union (EU) on the Blue Economy to contribute to the effective management of maritime activities and resources and incorporate the principal

UNESCO/IOC  

Marine/Maritime Spatial Planning is a complex, multi-disciplinary process requiring a diverse set of resources, skills and expertise, as well as institutional capacities to effectively plan, implement, monitor and evaluate spatial plans.  As each

SIMAtlantic

This handbook has been developed within the context of the SIMAtlantic project that aims to support the establishment and implementation of Maritime Spatial Plans in line with MSP Directive requirements.

SIMAtlantic

This paper has been developed within the context of the SIMAtlantic project that aims to support the establishment and implementation of Maritime Spatial Plans in line with MSP Directive requirements.