Maritime Spatial Planning: Transboundary Cooperation in the Celtic Seas: SIMCelt Closing Conference
28th & 29th November, 2017
Event Website http://www.simcelt.eu/events/project-closing-event/
This conference is for stakeholders, practitioners, researchers and anyone involved in Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) in the Celtic Seas and beyond.
SIMCelt's project team plus other scientific, policy, user and industry perspectives will address key transboundary issues relating to MSP.
Featuring workshops and sessions on topics including:
Results from the SIMCelt project
• SIMCelt data portal
• Stakeholder engagement techniques
• Future development scenarios in the Celtic Seas
• Using an ecosystem based approach and considering cumulative impacts
Insights from other initiatives
• MSP education
• Land-Sea interactions
• Blue Growth and social inclusivity
• Other European regional projects and approaches
SIMCelt: Supporting Implementation of Maritime Spatial Planning in the Celtic Seas (www.simcelt.eu ) is a project involving MSP authorities and other partners from France, Ireland and the UK working together to facilitate Member States' MSP processes.
The conference is free to attend. You can find out more and register your interest in attending here: https://tinyurl.com/CelticSeasMSP
See our website for draft programme and further information on the project: http://www.simcelt.eu/events/project-closing-event/
For any queries contact C.Billingham@liverpool.ac.uk
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