Joint ICES/COEXIST Workshop: Best Practice Guidelines for spatial planning to integrate fisheries, aquaculture and other uses in the coastal zone"

Joint ICES/COEXIST workshop: “Best Practice Guidelines for spatial planning to integrate fisheries, aquaculture and other uses in the coastal zone”

19th September 2012

Bergen, Norway

 

Over 30 stakeholders from different sectors (aquaculture, fisheries, coastal zone management, tourism, energy, etc.) along with 20 members from the COEXIST project partnership and ICES representatives met in Bergen on 19th September 2012 for the joint ICES/COEXIST workshop: “Best Practice Guidelines for spatial planning to integrate fisheries, aquaculture and other uses in the coastal zone”. The workshop was designed as a facilitated and interactive workshop, where the stakeholders were asked to give as much input as possible to the COEXIST results obtained so far. These inputs are to be used to adapt the results to their needs as coastal zone users and managers.

 

At the end of this very full day of activities, all participants were tired but happy, satisfied at having had the opportunity to contribute to the results of such a complex and demanding exercise.

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Workshop Material

ICES/COEXIST WORKSHOP REPORT  pdf icon

Agenda  pdf icon

Background Information  pdf icon

List of Participants  pdf icon

Presentations

  1. Mapping - Spatial conflict analysis pdf icon
  2. Stakeholder consultation pdf icon
  3. FISHRENT scenario pdf icon
  4. FARM pdf icon
  5. Suitability Maps pdf icon
  6. Evaluating Effectiveness of Marine Spatial Management pdf icon
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flagsThe research leading to these results has received funding from the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement no 245178. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the European Union cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.