eMSP NBSR results:

The eMSP NBSR project, implemented from September 2021 to February 2024, provided a platform for marine spatial planners and other experts to collaboratively advance MSP practice. It addressed five urgent emerging MSP topics through a community of practice-based approach that enabled joint learning across professions and across the North Sea and Baltic Sea areas.

5 topics - 5 Learning Strands

Towards addressing global challenge and advancing new approach

Podcast series

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Find 7 podcast episodes below

Episode 1 / Ocean Governance / with Lodewijk Abspoel, Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management.

Episode 2 / Ecosystem-based approach/ with Dimitry Frank-Kamenetsky, HELCOM, and Jan Schmidtbauer Crona, Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management.

Episode 3 / Sustainable Blue Economy/ with Marijn Rabaut and Kinnie De Beule, Blue Cluster (Belgium), Nathalie Scheidegger, Dutch Ministry of Agriculture, Nature & Food Quality, Marjoleine Karper and Nico Buytendijk, Netherlands Enterprise Agency.

Episode 4 / Monitoring & evaluation/ with Magdalena Matczak and Jacek Zaucha Maritime Institute of Gdynia Maritime University (Poland), and Philipp Arndt, German Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency (BSH).

Episode 5 / Data Sharing & ICT/ with Berenice Lequesne, French Naval Hydrographic and Oceanographic Service (SHOM)

Episode 6 / Climate-smart MSP / with Riku Varjopuro, Finnish Environment Institute (Syke).

Episode 7 / Community of Practice-based approach / with José Andringa and Jan Peter Oelen, Netherlands Enterprise Agency, and Andrea Morf, Nordregio.

Find all podcasts episode at Youtube here.

Download podcast episodes in mp3:  Episode 1, Episode 2, Episode 3, Episode 4Episode 5, Episode 6, Episode 7

All episodes were produced in period from March to May 2024 by Kira Gee, Maritime Spatial Planning expert at German Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency (BSH).

Video eMSP NBSR project and results in a nutshell

Published in January 2024, updated in May 2024