We are looking for ideas of young planners and regional developers (students and practitioners) on sustainable futures in the Baltic Sea Region. How should a desired Baltic Sea Region look like by 2040? How do we envision its urban networks and settlement structure? Its physical and digital connectivity? The management of its ‘commons’ that ensure a good quality of life? And how do we envision its maritime and spatial planning by 2040? What do we wish to look different from today?…
After updating VASAB Long Term Perspective and elaborating first draft of the VASAB Vision 2040, VASAB launches the Stakeholder consultations that will take place till 15 July 2022. The update of VASAB Long-Term Perspective aims at achieving territorial cohesion in 2040 and seek answers on how a desired Baltic Sea Region would look like by 2040 and how its maritime and spatial planning will be evolved by then.
Statement of the Member States of the European Union participating in the VASAB Committee on Spatial Planning and Development of the Baltic Sea Region VASAB (Vision and Strategies around the Baltic Sea) is a cooperation of ministers responsible for spatial planning and development of the Baltic Sea Region countries, established in 1992.
The opening conference of the eMSP project was organized on the 22nd of February, 10:30-17:30 CET, online. Aim of the conference was to introduce the topics and working methods of the eMSP NBSR project, as well as to discuss opportunities of stakeholders to get involved in project activities.
Within the framework of the project platform ‘Strengthening the Capacity of MSP Stakeholders and Decision Makers: Capacity4MSP’, analysis of on implementation and monitoring & evaluation mechanisms of maritime spatial plans (MSPs) was carried out. The results of the analysis are presented in the integrated report.