In subsequent steps, communication lines will be opened to stimulate cross-sectoral debate: sectors will then interact horizontally with each other to identify synergies and conflicts, and develop priorities and solutions for future MSPs and related governance processes. The ambition is to develop a pan-Baltic approach for those topics whose spatial dimension transcends national borders as well as a concept for an MSP institutional and governance model for transnational cooperation, agreements and data exchange.
Aquaculture / New uses of marine resources (16 April 2013, Gdańsk, Poland)
Climate change (13-14 May, Ystad, Sweden)
Research / Environmental protection (28-29 May, Klaipėda, Lithuania)
Cultural heritage / Tourism (June (week 23rd/ 24th, Riga, Latvia)
Offshore wind energy (3-4 September, Hamburg, Germany)
Data network building (17-18 September, Hamburg, Germany)
Shipping / Port development (25-26 September, Malmö, Sweden)