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MSP Projects (270)

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The project aims at increasing the know-how and knowledge on sustainable marine governance of the people engaged in maritime issues and problems  in their daily work.
SEETAC aimed at analysing possible integration between the Western Balkans and the EU transport systems, both on land and on sea, in order to generate transport continuity and infrastructure development in the European area and beyond, with the ultimate aim to integrate the Western Balkans countries in the European market.
Shape aimed to develop a multilevel and cross-sector governance system, based on integrated management of natural resources, risk’s prevention and conflicts resolution among uses of the Adriatic coast and sea.
The SHoCMed project aims at producing criteria for enhancing the integration of aquaculture in coastal areas by improving site selection and holding capacity benchmarks and reference points.
SIMAtlantic seeks to strengthen links between those working on MSP in five Atlantic sea basin countries.
SIMCelt was a project intended to support the implementation of the MSP Directive by Member States within the Celtic Seas (OSPAR Region III), and to contribute to supporting cross-border cooperation between MS in relation to implementation of the
SIMNORAT focused on two key objectives: supporting the implementation of Maritime Spatial Planning in EU Member States, and launching and carrying out concrete and cross-border MSP initiatives between Member States.
SIMWESTMED focused on two key objectives: supporting the implementation of Maritime Spatial Planning in EU Member States, and launching and carrying out concrete and cross-border MSP initiatives between Member States.
The SkyFISH project aimed to create a dedicated web-based service model for end-users in fisheries which can help fishermen in taking decisions when choosing the most favourable fishing zones.
The project provides science-based guidance and new innovations for the sustainable use of the Finland’s marine resources. In SmartSea, the integrated value of nature will be assessed and discussed with the different stakeholders. In the future, this helps planners to do decisions that are efficient, and accepted by the society.
The SNIMar project aims to create a marine spatial data infrastructure that addresses the issues "what data on the marine environment exist?", "where are those data?" and "how to access it?" in order to support marine and coastal management as wel
The Space@Sea project consists of seventeen European partners and intends to develop a standardized and cost-efficient modular island with low ecological impact, providing “sustainable and affordable workspace at sea