Research

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July, 2017 - July, 2020

BONUS BASMATI – Baltic Sea Maritime Spatial Planning for Sustainable Ecosystem Services

BONUS BASMATI project aims to develop an innovative decision support system for maritime spatial planning in the Baltic Sea region. The overall objectives of BONUS BASMATI are to: 1) develop integrated and innovative solutions for maritime spatial...
EU BONUS and FORMAS
January, 2018 - February, 2020

PanBaltic SCOPE

The objective of the project is to contribute to more coherent maritime spatial planning (MSP) strategies in the Baltic Sea region (BSR) and to build lasting macro-regional mechanisms for cross-border MSP cooperation. To achieve the overall...
EASME/EMFF/DG Mare & Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management (SwAM)
December, 2018 - July, 2019

Economic marine mapping

In this project, Nordregio and the Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management are working together to identify and collect economic and social data for both, sea and land-based activities. The initiative aims at linking economic data to the...
Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management
March, 2015 - March, 2017

Towards coherence and cross-border solutions in Maritime Spatial Planning (Baltic SCOPE)

Pressure on maritime space is increasing and while addressing environmental issues remains high on the agenda, blue growth is gaining political salience as an essential area for promoting economic growth and competitiveness. The project has come to...
DG Mare
March, 2014 - June, 2014

Maritime Spatial Planning in Sweden

Nordregio has been commissioned by the Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management to prepare a background paper concerning Maritime Spatial Planning in Sweden. Based on existing and proposed policies, the project investigates how the planning...
Havs- och Vattenmyndigheten