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PISCES aimed to improve implementation of European marine policy through multi-sector collaboration.
The Plan Bothnia project has tested transboundary Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) in the Baltic Sea.
Plan4Blue supports growth of the marine and maritime sectors in a way that emphasizes the need to find a balance between economic, social and environmental goals.
The aim of the PlanCoast project was to provide best practice examples and tools for effective integrated planning in coastal zones and marine areas.
The PADDLE Consortium aims to develop a more inclusive Community across tropical Atlantic joining researches about marine spatial planning in Brazil, West Africa and Europe, and explore alternative options to ensure that new models of production a
PLASMAR will define and propose robust scientific methodologies in support of Maritime Spatial Planning and Blue growth taking in consideration the biogeographic characteristics of the Macaronesian Region and searching for a balance between the di
The PLASMAR + project (2019-2022) has its origin in the results obtained in the previous PLASMAR project (2017-2020). Both projects cover the e
PORTODIMARE 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 databases, portals and tools developed by previous EU-funded projects (e.g
Sea ports need high-energy supplies and are a source of air pollution, two environmental problems that can be minimized by using renewable energy.
A meshed European offshore transmission grid connecting offshore wind farms to shore could provide significant financial, technical and environmental benefits to the European electricity market.
The ultimate goal of the project was to design a Marine Protected Area (MPA) network in the study areas (Greece and Cyprus), taking into account the protection of ecological characteristics and Essential Fish Habitats (EFH), significant areas for
Reef ecosystems are among the most productive areas of the planet. They play a major role in coastal fisheries as nursery and feeding grounds, while providing a considerable array of ecosystem services.