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The MOSES Project started in February 2018 and is funded under Priority 4 (Enhancing biodiversity and the natural and cultural assets), Objective 4.1 (Improving the protection of biodiversity and ecosytems services) of the Interreg Atlantic Area P
The project will support testing and adaptation of tools and recommendations from previous projects to improve marine conservation on selected pilot sites, as well as facilitate the transfer of lessons learned and best practices to the MPA communi
The project represents a part of the Blue Growth & Marine Planning Scheme, established under the Union Priority 6 (Integrated Maritime Policy) of Ireland’s EMFF Operational Programme.
The pilot project in the West Mediterranean is being implemented in Algeria, France, Italy, Malta, Morocco, Spain and Tunisia, while other member countries of the Union for the Mediterranean in the Western Mediterranean can also participate in tra
MSP-MEd aims to facilitate the implementation of the ICZM Protocol in the Mediterranean Sea. The Protocol includes several explicit references to marine spatial planning providing the legal basis for planning and management in the Mediterranean.
The main objective of MSP-LSI is to improve stakeholders’ planning processes through the coordinated, comparable and systematic acquisition and analysis of both marine and terrestrial data and information at a European, regional and sub-regional level.
Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) emerged worldwide as an important policy tool for planning, in an efficient manner, the different ways the Seas and Oceans are used, in order to achieve both the sustainable development of the Blue economy and a lon
The European outermost regions (ORs) of the Azores (Portugal), Madeira (Portugal), Canary Islands (Spain) and French Guiana (France) are making cooperative efforts to support the implementation of the Maritime Spatial Planning Directive (MSP Direc
MSP-TRANS: Development of principles and recommendations in the fields of Marine Spatial Planning (MSP), nature conservation and nature protection legislation in order to incorporate the Ecosystem-Based Approach (EBA) into the spatial planning of
Although adoption of Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) is increasing worldwide (in August 2018, about 70 countries were preparing or had prepared MSP plans at the regional, national or local scale), many regions, countries or municipalities still need
Sustainable and efficient use of ocean space can be achieved through a combination of different ocean uses both in close proximity, through joint operations, or on the same platform.