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Baltic LINes on the 8th Annual Forum of the EUSBSR

During the 8th Annual Forum of the EUSBSR on 13 – 14 June 2017 in Berlin, project partners of "Baltic LINes" organized seminar "What's the future? Testing the possible scenarios for shipping and energy in the Baltic Sea and how to integrate them into maritime spatial planning".

See the report: Shipping in the Baltic Sea
Past, Present and Future Developments Relevant for Maritime Spatial Planing

The report represents a first synthesis of available literature on the topic of shipping in the Baltic Sea and related past, present and future developments relevant for MSP. The report concentrates on the following key questions:

      • What are the unique characteristics of the Baltic Sea with regard to shipping?
      • Which economic, environmental and technological developments will influence shipping in the coming years and what are their spatial implications?
      • What plans/guidelines are existent for the coordination of shipping traffic in the Baltic Sea?
Baltic LINes covered in INTERREG B journal

Baltic LINes along with its sister project North SEE has been presented in the Interreg B Journal 2016 which is published by Federal Institute for Research on Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development in Germany.

 

Interregional cooperation in Maritime Spatial Planning kick-started at a joint meeting in Copenhagen

Two new European projects will improve transnational coordination in Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) in the North and Baltic Sea. Because human activities and their impacts do not stop at national sea borders, there is a need for coordination among national Maritime Spatial Plans and planning processes.

 
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