In conjunction to the 2nd Baltic Maritime Spatial Planning Forum in Riga on 23-24 November, CCB arranged a seminar to introduce Maritime Spatial Planning, the EU Directive on MSP and public participation in this work. Part of the seminar was also dedicated to the Aarhus convention on Access to Information, Public Participation in Decision-making and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters.
The seminar was attended by approximately 20 participants from CCB member organisations and other environmental NGOs. Here you can find the agenda and some of the presentations from the meeting:
- Video presentation: What is Marine Spatial Planning? The basics, Manuel Frias Vega, HELCOM Secretariat
- Maritime Spatial Planning in a CCB context, Mikhail Durkin, CCB
- Video: Become a maritime Spatialist in 10 minutes
- MSP on the national level – an example from Russia, Ivan Kesoretskikh, Institute of Spatial Planning and External Relations, Kaliningrad, Russia
- MSP on the national and regional level – an example from Sweden, Jan Scmidtbauer-Crona, Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management
- Introduction to the Aarhus Convention, Anne Friel, Client Earth