Tuesday 8 October 2013 - Hotel Altis - Lisbon

Time

Topic

Speaker

09:00

Reception & Registration

 

09:30

Opening

Portuguese dignitary

Luc van Hoof

Fátima Alves

10:00

Key note 1: Marine Spatial Planning: state of play

Charles Ehler

10:45

Coffee break

 

11:15

Key note 2: Policy and Planning: quo vadis? (no slides)

Haitze Siemers

12:00

Key note 3: Planning a sustainable sea

Tundi Agardy

13:00

Lunch

 

14:30

Workshop/Round table session

 

 

Workshop 1 Marine Spatial Planning: Who is at the helm?

Chair: UCL

Peter Jones

16:00

Coffee and discussion

 

16:30

Round table discussion on Science and Marine Spatial Planning. Question: what is the (perceived) role of science in the process of marine spatial planning? Participating projects: MASPNOSE, KNOWSEAS, MARMONI, ODEMM and MESMA.

Chair: Luc van Hoof

17:30

Closing

 

20:00

Conference dinner

 

Wednesday 9 October

10:00 official launch of the MESMA final product

Thursday 10 October

Time

Topic

09:00

Opening: Lessons from  MESMA (Luc van Hoof)

 

Session A

Session B

09:30

S. Kavadas et al. 

Development of a methodological approach to identify common fishing grounds exploited by coastal and trawl fisheries for a more effective spatial management of the activities of the two sectors

Frida Fyhr et al.

Development of a thorough spatial management plan in a changing coastal county

 

09:50

Georg Martin, Kristina Tiivel

Marine Biodiversity Assessment indicators and Marine biodiversity Assessment Tool developed by the EU LIFE MARMONI project

Cristina Pita

Marine Protected Areas in Portugal: Stakeholders’ “images” and implications for management.

 

10:10

David Goldsborough et al.

An analysis of cross-border governance of the Dogger Bank, including a DSS experiment using sandeel models

Antje Gimpel et al.

Co-utilization of offshore wind farms and offshore aquaculture in the German EEZ

 

 

10:45

Coffee Break

 

Session C

Session D

11:15

Valentina Todorova et al.  
Case Study: Evaluation of the Management Plan of the Bulgarian Black Sea Waters

 

Lola Ortiz Sánchez

Transboundary Planning in the European Atlantic (not present)

 

11:35

Zacharoula Kyriaziet al. 


Facilitating co-existence between offshore renewable energy and marine nature conservation: Lessons learnt from eleven European case studies.

 

Ewelina Riekens

Maritime spatial planning for the Baltic Sea Region - as a regulating instrument for solving conflicts resulting from the offshore utilization.

 

11:55

C. Creo,  R. Luciani

Sustainable Tourism: a case study in the Egadi Islands

Cor Schipper et al. 

The governance of the Black Sea

 

12:30

Lunch Break

 

 

 

Session E

Session F

 

14:00

Ellen Pecceu et al.

A decade of marine spatial planning in Belgium : a journey towards integrated management

Kate Johnson et al.

Planning for marine development in Scotland - ownership, rights and benefits

 

14:20

Catarina Frazão Santosa et al.

How sustainable is sustainable marine spatial planning? The Portuguese experience

Christine Röckmann et al.

Marine management in the Southern North Sea - Leadership and transparency (can) make the difference

 

14:40

Angela Schultz-Zehden, Anda Ruskule

Pan-Baltic Stakeholder Dialogues for a sea-basin approach towards MSP

A. Bothelho et al

End Users Perspectives on MPA Design and Management in the Azores: The Caloura – Vila do Campo case study.

(not present)

 

15:15

Tea Break

 

 

Session G

Session H

 

15:45

Andreas Kannen

Marine governance in the EU – recommendations from case study analysis in the EU project KNOWSEAS

Maria Adelaide Ferreira et al.

Navigating the rough seas of MSP: Can the US experience help emerging planning efforts in Portugal within the European context?

 

16:05

Louise Lieberknecht

Building an ecologically representative MPA network with stakeholder support: English lessons on how (not) to do it

Vanessa Stelzenmüller et al.

Assessing uncertainty associated to the monitoring and evaluation of spatially managed areas

 

16:45

Plenary: Closing