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
MARSPLAN BS II
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.
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
This report is developed within the framework of the PORTODIMARE project that aims to create a common platform (Geoportal) for data and information related to coastal and marine areas of the Adriatic-Ionian Region, by integrating existing database
This publication was produced in the context of the CAP BOATING project. It aims at developing guidelines for sustainable recreational boating management in Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) in the Mediterranean.
Increasing intensity in the use of ocean spaces and coastal development presents a threat to recreational uses of the ocean, such as surfing, diving, and snorkelling.
Small-scale fisheries in the Mediterranean represent a significant part of the fisheries industry and their substantial social, economic and place attachment related role has always been acknowledged in the region.
This document, produced within the context of the Pharos4MPAs project, aims to explore the ways Marine Protected Areas are affected by recreational fisheries, and provides a set of practical recommendations to avoid or minimise its environmental i
The document, produced within the context of the Pharos4MPAs project, aims to explore the ways Marine Protected Areas are affected by the cruise sector, and provides a set of practical recommendations on how to minimise its environmental impacts.
The document, produced within the context of the Pharos4MPAs project, aims to explore the ways Marine Protected Areas are affected by leisure boating.
Marine archaeologists have developed new techniques and guidelines for locating, assessing and managing Europe’s underwater cultural heritage.
The BONUS BALTICAPP project team studies the supply and demand of marine ecosystem services in terms of recreation across the Baltic Sea region, focusing on the next 80-100 years.