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Last Update: 2019/11/26

Planning the future of the Baltic Sea
Angela Schultz-Zehden
BSH - Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency (Germany)
NERI - Aarhus University; National Environmental Research Institute (Denmark)BEF - Baltic Environmental Forum Estonia (Estonia)BEF - Baltic Environmental Forum Latvia (Latvia)BEF-Lt - Baltic Environmental Forum Lithuania (Lithuania)BMVBS - Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development (Germany)KU CORPI - Klaipeda University; Coastal Research and Planning Institute (Lithuania)MIG - Maritime Institute in Gdansk (Poland)NA - Maritime Office in Gdynia (Poland)NA - Maritime Office in Szczecin (Poland)KTH - Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden)SEPA - Swedish Environmental Protection Agency (Sweden)NA - University of Tartu; Estonian Marine Institute (Estonia)WWF DE - World Wide Fund for Nature Deutschland (Germany)
€ 3,700,000
The Baltic Sea is a unique inland sea: It is a dynamic economic area and at the same time characterised by special geographical and environmental conditions. The different sea uses such as shipping, fishery, wind farms or mineral extraction are increasingly competing for the limited sea space. On top of this the fragile Baltic ecosystem and the threats of climate change call for a balanced multi-sectoral approach. A wise, pro-active maritime spatial planning (MSP) could not avoid conflicts, but also create synergies and thus lay the basis for a sustainable maritime development. So far, however, there is only little practical experience regarding spatial planning on the sea. This is the challenge but also the chance for the BaltSeaPlan project, which aims to create the basis for developing, introducing and implementing maritime spatial planning throughout the Baltic Sea in a coherent manner. Activities: a) Improve the joint information base / stocktaking b) Include Spatial Planning in National Maritime Strategies c) Develop a Common Spatial Vision for the Baltic Sea d) Demonstrate MSP in 8 pilot areas: Danish Straights / T-Route (DK), Pomeranian Bight (DE/DK/SE/PL), Western Gulf of Gdansk (PL), Middle Bank (SE/PL), Lithuanian Coast (LT), Western Coast of Latvia (LV), Pärnu Bay (EE), Hiiumaa and Saaremaa Islands (EE) e) Lobbying and capacity building for MSP
Spatial planning;
Skagerrak, Kattegat (27.IIIa) Southern Central Baltic-East (27.IIId.26) East of Gotland or Gulf of Riga (27.IIId.28) Sound, Belt Sea or Transition Area (27.IIIb,c) Baltic West of Bornholm (27.IIId.24)
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