SUPPORTING IMPLEMENTATION OF MARITIME SPATIAL PLANNING IN THE WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN
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The two projects, co-funded by the EU/DG MARE, focuss on two key objectives: to support the implementation of the Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) Directive in EU Members States waters of the Western Mediterranean Sea and to launch initiatives for a cross-border cooperation in MSP.

SIMWESTMED and SUPREME partnerships met during this joint final event to share knowledge, lessons learnt and experiences on MSP between themselves, and with stakeholders and administations of their countries.

PLANNING THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA

SIMWESTMED / SUPREME

final event 12-13 December,Venice

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Karmenu Vella, European Commissioner (Video)
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Zeljka Skaricic PAP RAC Director, United Nations Environment Programme
Bernhard Friess, Director DG Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, European Commission
Pierpaolo Campostrini, Director of CORILA, SUPREME project leader
Bruno Frachon, Director of Shom, SIMWESTMED project leader
Mauro Coletta, General Director DPCM Italian Ministry of Infrastructures and Transport
Representative of the Venice Municipality

MSP implementation: state of play, challenges and opportunities in Malta, Greece, Croatia, France, Italy

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SIMWESTMED and SUPREME projects' results

Joint SIMWESTMED and SUPREME workshops

Land-Sea Interactions
Ecosystem Based Approach
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Stakeholder engagement and governance
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Data and tools for MSP information sharing
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