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The central aim of the North SEAfaring project was to raise the status of maritime heritage in regional and national spatial planning strategies.
The NorthSEE project promotes a better exchange among Maritime Spatial Planning authorities and related experts and institutions in the North Sea Region (NSR).

NSW

NSW provides tools necessary for planners, response organisations, economic actors and other stakeholders to assess and propose solutions for risk mitigation regarding wrecks and munitions in the North Sea.
The Ocean Metiss project is a joint action presented by Regional Council of Réunion Island as a local government in the quality of project coordinator, and the Prefect of the Région Réunion as State Representative, jointly sharing the responsibili
The OceanPlan project is a 3-year research project that investigates how Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) can be affected by and adapt to global climate change. ​​The project is funded by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT), an
ODEMM focuses on the structure, tools and resources required to choose and evaluate management options that are based on the principles of Ecosystem-Based Management (EBM).
The OffshoreGrid Project developed a science-based vision for an offshore grid in Northern Europe along with a suitable regulatory framework that considers technical, economic, policy and regulatory aspects.
Europe is currently the world leader in wave energy and thus there are significant opportunities for green jobs associated with its development and deployment. Wave energy costs remain high compared to con-ventional forms of energy.
Through OURCOAST, the European Commission aims to ensure that lessons learned from the coastal management experiences and practices can be shared and are made accessible to those who are seeking sustainable solutions to their coastal management pr
Pan Baltic Scope was a collaboration between 12 planning authorities and organisations around the Baltic Sea in 2018 and 2019. We worked towards bringing better maritime spatial plans for the Baltic Sea Region.
The objective of PANACeA is to streamline networking and management efforts in Mediterranean Protected Areas (PAs) as a mechanism to enhance nature conservation and protection in the region. The project aims to ensure synergies between relevant Me