Maritime Forum

"Maritime Spatial Planning: optimizing the sustainable use of seas and oceans" (6.4)

Event date:
19/05/2010 - 11:15 to 13:00
Table of Contents

    Planning and designing maritime spaces involves negotiating and developing a maritime area in a sustainable way. Human activities should take place in a balanced approach taking into account the marine environment. The relationship with coastal zone management is also important. The workshop will focus on planning and design of the maritime spaces, the coordination and integration of the government bodies and sectors involved, including a link to Integrated Costal Zones Management. Two questions:  What are lessons learned from a users perspective? and, what are lessons learned from a governmental perspective?                         

     

    P R O G R A M M E

    Wednseday 19, 11:15-13:00

    Room Laboratorio de Sonido (Art Centre) 

     

    CHAIR: Helena Calado, professor University of the Azores 

    Jamie Moore and David Tudor, the Crown Estate, United Kingdom

    Anders Carlberg Region Västra Götaland, Sweden

    Guillermo Morales, Director General,  Land and Urban Planning, Principado de Asturias

    Ramón Fernández-Rañada, Architect, POLA, Plan de Ordenación del Litoral Asturiano

    Karina Veum, Energy Research Center of the Netherlands, Coordinator of the WINDSPEED project: What are lessons learned from a users perspective   

    Professor Salvador Antón Clavé, Universidad Rovira i Virgili from Tarragona, Spain: Tourism and coastal occupation in the Iberian Peninsula, responsibility    

    Ernesto Penas Lado, Director for Baltic Sea, North Sea and Landlocked Member States, Directorate General Maritime Policy and Fisheries, European Commission

     

    (Lead: Directorate General Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, E1 – European Commission)