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ESaTDOR Professor David Shaw School of Environmental Sciences Liverpool University. European Seas and Territorial Development, Opportunities and Risks. Territorial Agenda of the EU 2020

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ESaTDOR

Professor David Shaw

School of Environmental Sciences

Liverpool University

European Seas and Territorial

Development, Opportunities and Risks

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Territorial Agenda of the EU 2020

‘Maritime activities are essential for territorial cohesion in Europe. ........ The Marine Strategy Framework Directive and EU Integrated Maritime Policy call for coordinated actions from Member States on maritime spatial planning. Such planning should be integrated into the existing planning systems to enable harmonious and sustainable development of a land-sea continuum.’

(Informal Ministerial Meeting of Ministers responsible for Spatial Planning and Territorial Development, 2011, para55).

Territorial and Terrestrial are not synonymous

New ways of conceptualising territoriality

New ways of working

New information requirements

Reconceptualising the Territorial Agenda

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Map the different types of sea use across Europe to develop typology of coastal/marine regions drawing on existing ESPON typologies

Identify developmental opportunities (and constraints) for different coastal/marine regions

Explore best practice in terms of terrestrial-marine governance

Provide guidance and advice on how these critical assets can be effectively and democratically managed

Suggest further areas for research to maximise opportunities, but minimise human impacts on marine assets

ESaTDOR- Dipping ESPON Toes in the Water

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Data Collection Challenges

  • Lack of availability and consistency of marine data
  • Inconsistency in maritime boundaries
  • Varying scale of land sea interactions
  • Difficulty in disaggregating data sets – between land and sea and between different sea areas
  • Lack of established protocol for sub-sea mapping

Regional Seas Defined

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Typology of Seas
  • Proposal: a 5-category typology based on varying experience related to levels of human use; maritime connections, land sea interactions, environmental conditions and risk, and economic significance.
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“Spatial planning refers to methods used ...to influence the future distribution of activities in space. It balances demands for development, with the need to protect the environment and to achieve social and economic objectives” (CEC1997).

Anticipated Policy Outcomes

Consistency and effectiveness of coastal and maritime data collection

Innovative ways of understanding land sea interactions

Suggestions and encouragement for more effective governance arrangements

Preliminary identifications of areas territorial development risks and opportunities taking into account the marine environment.

Conclusions

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