The aim of the BaltCoast project was to combine numerous concrete pilot projects and measures across the German, Swedish and Finnish Baltic Coast with the development of processes and regulations for spatial planning.
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Baltic LINes seeks to increase the transnational coherence of shipping routes and energy corridors in Maritime Spatial Plans in the BSR.
Baltic Maritime Science Park (BMSP) constitutes the first concept of an arena aiming at stimulating a dynamic cluster development in the Baltic Sea Region.
The main outputs of the project are Guidelines for local and regional preparedness, a Vision of the PSSA 2020, a Tool for Marine Spatial Planning and an Action Plan for the Baltic Sea Region.
A key aim of the EU Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) Directive adopted in 2014 is to promote consistency and coherence of maritime spatial plans across marine regions.
The on-going MSP processes and related mapping and public participation for MSP in many Baltic Sea countries provide a chance for the MCH community to alliance with. During the project, capacities of the MCH / MSP actors and of other blue sectors will be enhanced, resulting in cross-sectorial solutions and benefits to be integrated into the MSPs and related management initiatives until and beyond 2021. Project results will target all levels from local solutions to guidance for MSP processes across whole Europe.
BaltSeaPlan accompanied the EU Maritime Policy by supporting the introduction of Integrated Maritime Spatial Planning within Baltic Sea Region.
BALTSPACE posits that achieving the ambitions of Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) in the Baltic Sea Region (BSR) depends on obtaining different forms of integration (e.g. across policies, sectors, stakeholder inputs, knowledge, ecological and (geo)political scales, scientific disciplines).
One of the key elements in the Northern Dimension transport market is the concept of the Baltic Sea Motorways aiming at the promotion of maritime transport, multimodality covering also hinterland and logistics in general.
BLAST was a regional project for better integration of information across the coastal margin in the North Sea region.
The BLUEMED initiative fosters integration of knowledge and efforts to develop the Blue Growth in the Mediterranean basin, promoting joint actions on relevant research and innovation priorities. Its Agenda (SRIA) identifies three major groups of twelve key challenges that need to be addressed, as well as a set of goals and a wide list of actions to achieve those goals.
The overall objectives of BONUS BASMATI are to: 1) develop integrated and innovative solutions for maritime spatial planning related to marine and coastal ecosystem services and marine protected areas, 2) develop and apply spatial decision support systems including data discovery and exchange facilities, 3) develop means for interactive multi-level, multi-stakeholder and cross-sector governance.