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Maritime Policy and BLUE GROWTH Sustainable growth from the oceans , seas , and coasts Haitze Siemers DG MARE European Commission. Argonowski CC BY SA 3.0, 2008. Competitiveness of maritime activities. An industrial policy for the globalisation era.

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Maritime policy and blue growth sustainable growth from the oceans seas and coasts

Maritime Policy and BLUE GROWTH

Sustainablegrowthfrom the oceans, seas, and coasts

Haitze Siemers

DG MARE

European Commission

Argonowski CC BY SA 3.0, 2008


Maritime policy and blue growth sustainable growth from the oceans seas and coasts

Competitiveness of maritime activities

An industrialpolicy for the globalisation era

Development of necessaryskills

Agenda for new skills and jobs

Blue Growth

Europe 2020

Development of innovativesectors

An Innovation Union

A resource Efficient Europe

Sustainabledevelopment of maritime economy

Blue Growth


Maritime policy and blue growth sustainable growth from the oceans seas and coasts

Blue Growth

Innovation

Economic Growth

Sustainability

+

Employment

Blue Growth


Maritime policy and blue growth sustainable growth from the oceans seas and coasts

Supporting economic activities for coastal regions and communities

Coastal regions home to over 205 million people

88 million people work there

The blue economy represents nearly €500 billion GVA and

5.6 million jobs

Blue Growth

Hans Hillewaert CC BY SA 3.0, 2008


Maritime policy and blue growth sustainable growth from the oceans seas and coasts

A picture of the maritime economy

Blue Growth study

Mature, emerging and prospective sectors

Assessment of strengths and weaknesses

Policy considerations

Blue Growth


Maritime policy and blue growth sustainable growth from the oceans seas and coasts

Activities with high growth and employment prospects

Mature economic activities

Coastal tourism and yachting

Emerging sectors

Offshore oil and gas

Cruise tourism

Coastal protection

Sectors in pre-development phase

Offshore wind

Short sea shipping

Marine monitoring and surveillance

Ocean renewable energy

Marine aquatic products

Marine mineral mining

Blue biotechnology

Blue Growth

Manuel Zublena, 2007


Maritime policy and blue growth sustainable growth from the oceans seas and coasts

Foresight growth scenarios

2030

2020

2015

Looking ahead


Maritime policy and blue growth sustainable growth from the oceans seas and coasts

Framework conditions for growth – drivers & bottlenecks

Blue Growth

Ross, CC BY SA 2.0, 2008


Blue growth communication september 2012

Blue Growth CommunicationSeptember 2012

  • Link to Europe 2020

  • Sea Basins

  • Growth Policies (Short Sea Shipping, LeaderShip, innovation, research, technology)

  • Specific objectives:

    • Aquaculture

    • Maritime Tourism

    • Blue Biotech

    • Seabed mining

    • Ocean Energy


The limassol declaration 8 october 2012

The Limassol Declaration8 October 2012

  • Builds on Europe 2020

  • From Concept to Delivery

  • Link to Blue Book 2007

  • Maritime Policy agenda for next 5 years +

  • Innovation

  • Sustainability, Growth, Jobs

  • Access to finance: MFF 2014-2020


Maritime spatial planning and iczm

Maritime Spatial Planning (and ICZM)

  • Enable Growth at sea – harness potential

  • Sustainability

  • EU objectives

  • Human activities at sea are at the core


Study on economic effects of msp estimates

Study on economic effects of MSP (estimates):

  • Lower coordination cost

  • Reduced Administrative costs

  • Lower transaction costs: 400 million – 1,8 billion euros in 2030

  • Enhanced investment climate: 155 million – 1.6 billion euros in 2030


Why eu action

Why EU action?

Added value:

  • Supports and strengthensongoingdevelopment

  • Cross-border cooperation

  • Seamlessintegration

  • Efficiency gain, transparency, predictability, stability

    No interest:

  • Micromanagement

  • Addingneedlessregulation


Examples

Examples

  • Energy

    • North Sea offshore grid

    • Re-use of oil platforms

    • Interaction with shipping, fisheries, MPAs

    • Needs to cut costs – planning, licensing, research etc.

  • Environment

    • MSFD implementation

    • Natura 2000

    • Fisheries

  • Complementarities?


A few fundamentals

A few fundamentals

  • Defining objectives to guide MSP

  • Developing MSP in a transparent manner

  • Stakeholder participation

  • Coordination and simplifying decision processes

  • Cross-border cooperation and consultation

  • Incorporating monitoring and evaluation in the planning process

  • Achieving coherence between terrestrial and maritime spatial planning

  • Strong data and knowledge base


Maritime policy and blue growth sustainable growth from the oceans seas and coasts

Blue Growth for the optimal use of marine resources

Contribution of the blue economy to Europe's growth

There is sustainable growth potential in all maritime areas

- All we need is to make it work

Blue Growth


Maritime policy and blue growth sustainable growth from the oceans seas and coasts

Thank you for your attention

http://ec.europa.eu/maritimeaffairs


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