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June 2022

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Planning for the future of Europe's Marine Space - European MSP Stakeholder Conference, Brest – June 2022

The European MSP Stakeholder Conference - Planning for the future of Europe's Marine Space - took place on 14-15 of June in Brest, France. The event attracted more than 450 participants in person and online, from different countries, and sectors: local and national representatives, European Commission, academics, maritime industries, NGOs, members of the AM MSP team. Amongst the many ideas and lessons of the event, the importance of dialogue, coherence and improving outreach to the wider public was highlighted. Importantly, this event also marked the first occasion that the European MSP Community could come together since the Global Pandemic – and it was wonderful to see all our friends and colleagues!

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Estonian Maritime Spatial Plan adopted

The Estonian government has adopted the final maritime spatial plan on 12 May 2022. The plan regulates the activities of different areas, sets the principles of joint use and opens up perspectives for new uses of the sea.

 
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MSP global International Guide now available in 4 languages

Officially launched during the final conference of the MSPglobal Initiative jointly led by UNESCO's Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission and European Commission, the International Guide on Marine/Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) is now available in English, French, Spanish and Arabic. More information on the MSPglobal Initiative: https://www.mspglobal2030.org/

 
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The 2022 EU Blue Economy Report: MSP, a tool for the future.

This year’s edition of the EU Blue Economy report outlines the main drivers to transform the European Blue Economy into a driver for transition and sustainability, for which MSP will be a key instrument.

 
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MapSIS - a workshop looking at the future of MSP data

In 2017, the first Maritime Spatial Planning, Ecosystem Approach and Supporting Information Systems (MaPSIS 2017) International Conference took place in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain. This July, MapSIS stakeholders are meeting to assess future monitoring programs and related indicators that will provide useful information on gaps and updates needed for the next cycle of MSP.

 
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EMD 2022: a look back at MSP discussions in Ravenna

The European Maritime Day 2022 took place in May in Ravenna, and it was the opportunity to gather MSP stakeholders from across the EU and to work in multiple formats of workshops, online and hybrid, to share ideas and trigger new ones inclusing MSP. The EMD website provides an access to all sessions in video, a useful resource to explore.

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New publications
How to incorporate underwater cultural heritage into MSP?

 
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UN ocean governance framework and the EU MSP Directive

 
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Media
MSP news on video

With MSP online webinars, communication campaigns or stakeholder interviews, a wealth of Maritime Spatial Planning video content is created ongoingly, we have selected a few recent MSP videos available to watch on our Youtube channel.

 
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FutureEUMSP Stakeholder event sessions

Catch up with the expert panels, presentations and lessons from our latest MSP Stakeholder conference

 
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Events
UN Ocean Conference
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date 27/06/2022 - 01/07/2022
 
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Euromaritime 2022
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date 29/06/2022 - 30/06/2022
 
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MSP-MED | Bilateral meeting Italy - Malta
Date
date 30/06/2022
 
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MapSIS 2022
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date 07/07/2022
 
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Developing a truly European and sustainable nautical tourism
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date 13/07/2022
 
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Summer School for Young Planners “Sustainable Futures for the Baltic Sea Region”
Date
date 22/08/2022 - 26/08/2022
 
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