14 February 2019, 09:15 - 10:45
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Join the workshop 'Stakeholder Involvement'

14 February 2019
9:15 – 10:45
Room: Hall 1; Golden Room

This workshop will consist of two parts. During the first part of the workshop, participants will learn more about the different stakeholder involvement tools used at different levels -simulation game Maritime Spatial Planning Challenge that have been used within the NorthSEE and BalticLINes project involving stakeholders from different countries and stakeholders involvement in a national MSP process – Latvian case.

During the second part of the workshop, the participants will develop a Maritime Spatial Plan for the RICA Sea (a fictive sea basin). Participants will take roles of planners, maritime stakeholders (e.g. shipping, offshore wind, fisheries) and NGO’s and experience first hand what it is to be a maritime spatial planner and work with different topics and diverse needs of stakeholders.

You are very welcome to join us and get really involved in MSP atmosphere!

Presentations

Download here.

Stakeholder Involvement in Long-term Maritime Spatial Planning: Latvian Case. Arturs Caune (AC Consultations)

The ‘Living Q’ – An interactive Method for Actor Engagement in Transnational MSP. Malena Ripken, COAST – Centre for Environment and Sustainability Research, University of Oldenburg, Germany

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Arturs Caune

AC Consultations

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Malena Ripken

COAST – Centre for Environment and Sustainability Research, University of Oldenburg