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NorthSEE - Baltic LINes MSP conference
Venue: Hotel Atlantic Kempinski Hamburg, An der Alster 72-79, Hamburg, Germany
The programme is preliminary, and subject to change
WEDNESDAY, 13th FEBRUARY
Welcome / opening
Dr. Karin Kammann-Klippstein, president of German Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency (BSH)
Dr. Michael Frehse, Head of Department H – Community – of the German Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community
Jan Schmidt, Secretariat of Interreg Baltic Sea Region
Introduction to the NorthSEE and Baltic LINes project results
Moderator: Stephen Jay
NorthSEE and Baltic LINes at a glance. Dr. Kai Trümpler, German Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency (BSH)
Shipping. Jeroen van Overloop, Federal Public Service Mobility and Transport, Belgium
Energy. Dr. Andronikos Kafas, Marine Scotland
Data. Manuel Frias, HELCOM Secretariat
Planning Criteria. Riku Varjopuro, Finnish Environment Institute
MSP Challenge2050. Harald Warmelink, Breda University of Applied Sciences
Inspirational talk about transnational cooperation in the North and Baltic Seas
Claudia Bode, Thing Collective
Lunch break and exhibition of national MSPs
Workshops – session 1
Energy - NorthSEE and Baltic LINes
Workshop will showcase some of the world’s front runners in Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP), highlight the successes in renewable energy developments and promote energy planning provisions.
Data in MSP
The workshop will explain the importance of data in MSP and look in details on development of the first map service prototype to access Baltic MSP up-to-date data from the original source.
Other sea uses in MSP
This workshop will explore a number of uses taking place in the North Sea and Baltic Sea regions, which are currently investigated by European projects.
16:00 – 17:30
Workshops – session 2
Environment – planning issues, criteria and tools
This workshop will address cross-border maritime spatial planning matters from an environmental perspective and the need for tools for monitoring and assessing environmental issues.
Find out about the findings on the shipping and energy trends, demands and challenges facing maritime spatial planning, quarell a bit on facts, verify them, brainstorm on future and try to translate them into spatial consequences.
Multi level governance
Workshop will address the lessons learned from the Baltic LINes projects on transboundary consultations and the NorthSEE initiative’s assessment of the role of Regions in marine planning as well as will explain the first findings of assessing the application of the Baltic Sea Common Regional MSP Framework.
Dinner and evening activity
THURSDAY, 14th FEBRUARY
Workshops – session 3
Shipping - planning issues, criteria, tools
In this workshop will be presented projects’ results, findings and recommendations regarding the shipping sector, for example the identification of planning mismatches, national approaches for the planning of shipping corridors and good practice planning approach for transnational coherent planning of ship corridors.
Learn more about the different stakeholder involvement tools and develop a Maritime Spatial Plan for the RICA Sea (a fictive sea basin) during the MSP Challenge board game session.
Synergies and conflicts
Are you also dealing with maritime conflicts or trying to establish synergies between maritime sectors? If so, this meeting is for you!
Moderator: Angela Schultz-Zehden
Visual artist: Christian Ridder
Plenary discussion panel
Lodewijk Abspoel, Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, The Netherlands
Thomas Johansson, Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management
Alda Nikodemusa, VASAB Secretariat
Dr. Nico Nolte, German Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency (BSH)
Sine Olsson Heltberg, Danish Maritime Authority
Concluding remarks and end of conference
Juan Ronco Zapatero, DG Mare
Axel Kristiansen, Secretariat of Interreg North Sea Region
Dr. Kai Trümpler, German Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency (BSH)
BACK TO BACK MEETINGS
- 15 February
MSP Challenge – North Sea and Baltic Sea edition. By invitation only