Andrea Morf and Helena Strand from SIME presented and discussed findings from the BONUS BALTSPACE project a the 13th Nordic Environmental Social Science Conference in Tampere taking place from 6 and 8 June 2017. The audience showed great interest in the challenges and enablers of stakeholder integration as well as the Sound case study.
The integration of the fishery sector is a challenge in many MSP processes. Hence, it is no wonder that the BONUS BALSTSPACE e-poster on conflicts with the fishery sector and how to address them met great interest during the Second International MSP Conference on 15–17 March 2017 in Paris.
Same place, different time as the first Dialogue Forum: BALTSPACE continues its series of peer review events.
Please read our report here.
BONUS BALTSPACE project partners, early-career professionals and researchers as well as invited experts will gather in in Klaipeda from 29 August to 2 September 2016 for the MSP summer school.
BONUS BALTSPACE is organising a summer school on trans-boundary Maritime Spatial Plannig (MSP) in the Baltic Sea Region. It will take place in Klaipeda, Lithuania from 29 August to 2 September 2016.
Adressing integration challenges in maritime spatial planning and understanding the BONUS BALTSPACE approaches and tools is on the agenda of the "Future Coast – Europe" symposium in Berlin, Germany on 5–7 October 2015.
Members of the BALTSPACE research team will actively contribute to the kick-off event of the parallel MSP project BalticSCOPE in Riga, Latvia on 29 September 2015.
Watch a video of Holger Janßen's presentation during this year's Baltic Sea Science Congress and BONUS Forum policy day on 17 June 2015 in Jurmala, Latvia.
BALTSPACE officially started its implementation on 1 April 2015. The project is one of eight consortia that were selected from the BONUS call 2014 on sustainable ecosystem services.