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Today, coastal infrastructure, such as seawalls, quays and groynes, present on the Channel coast are not designed to  incorporate habitat for marine species or conserve and protect coastal and transitional ecosystems. Instead they serve only human
Integrating activities planned under MaRINET 2 build upon the achievements of the advanced community created in MaRINET FP7.
MARISCA aims to contribute towards the protection and conservation of biodiversity in the context of integrated Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) in the Aegean Sea.
MARISPLAN investigates, with the aid of hydrodynamic, ecological, watershed and economic models how climate change influences the ecosystem of the Baltic Sea and its uses.
MARMONI aims at developing concepts for assessment of conservation status of marine biodiversity, including species and habitats and impacts of various human activities.
The MarPAMM project was set up in January 2018 to protect and monitor the marine fauna of the coasts of Ireland, Northern Ireland and Scotland.
Increasing demands on marine resources and activities taking place in the marine area are compromising the future use and viability of the marine environment.
The aim of the MarSP project is to develop Maritime Spatial Planning schemes in the three Outermost Regions of Macaronesia (Azores, Madeira and Canary Islands), in line with the EU Directive on MSP (2014/89/EU) and following an Ecosystem Based App
The MARSPLAN BS Project aims to support the implementation of the EU Directive for Maritime Spatial Planning in the Black Sea Basin, starting with its Member States, Romania and Bulgaria.
The MARSPLAN-BS II project follows on from MARSPLAN-BS, which ended in early 2018.
MASPNOSE was a follow up activity to the Integrated Maritime Policy, and was designed to assess the 10 key principles in DG MARE’s "Roadmap for Maritime Spatial Planning: Achieving common principles in the EU". The aim was to develop a common, cross-border, ecosystem based approach for MSP.
MATES’ objective is to develop a skills strategy that addresses the main drivers of change in the maritime industry, with a specific focus on the shipbuilding and offshore renewable energy sectors.