EASME/EMFF/2018/011 Lot 1: Specific Contract No. 03

The global shift to renewable energy, including large-scale development of offshore wind farms (OWFs), is well underway.


This report illustrates the solutions of the BalticRIM project that brings those in charge of Maritime Cultural Heritage (MCH) and Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) from seven countries around the Baltic Sea, including the Russian Federation, togeth

Pan Baltic Scope  

The recommendations are developed within the context of the Pan Baltic Scope project, which aims to achieve coherent national maritime spatial planning in the Baltic Sea region, and to build lasting macro-region mechanisms for cross border MSP coo

Pan Baltic Scope

The concept of marine Green Infrastructure (GI) is defined as a spatial network of ecologically valuable areas significant to the maintenance of ecosystems health and resilience, biodiversity conservation, and delivery of ecosystem services essent

Baltic LINes

This paper presents the recommendations, which have been derived from the analyses and activities carried out during the Baltic LINes’ project implementation.

UNESCO-IOC Marine Spatial Planning Programme

The Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO developed a ten-step guide defining the scope and the nature of marine spatial planning. MSP can be a key component to an ecosystem-based management of marine areas and marine resources.


This report synthesises the process, results and main outcomes obtained through the AquaSpace project, which aims to optimise and increase the available area for aquaculture, in both marine and freshwater environments, by supporting implementation


This book is a reflection of the spatial-analytical and design aspects of the GAUFRE report “Towards a Spatial Structure Plan for Sustainable Management of the Sea”.

Clyde Maritime Forum

The report highlights lessons learned from the experience of the SSMEI Clyde Pilot and makes recommendations with respect to the possible nature of Regional Marine Plans.


Compilation of tools and instruments that can be applied in developing effective MSP and ICM based on experience gained in various cases in Baltic, Adriatic and Black Sea.


Three set of recommendations and good practices for beach sediments maintenance and management corresponding to three different dimensions.


The project aimed to identify recommendations for the best use of available scientific knowledge to support the sustainable management of marine resources and the maritime space.