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EMODnet Human Activities behind the scenes: find out what’s next!

EMODnet Human Activities behind the scenes: find out what’s next!

With the beginning of the second year of the new phase, the EMODnet Human Activities team took the opportunity to organise a partner meeting, so as to take stock of the progress made so far and plan the work ahead. When a project is called “The European Marine Observation and Data Network”, you don’t have many options, the meeting’s got to take place in a sea city; and sea city it was. Our friends and colleagues … Read entire article »

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Contribution of EMODnet Ocean Energy to Marine Spatial Planning

Contribution of EMODnet Ocean Energy to Marine Spatial Planning

Marine spatial planning (MSP) is increasingly being used to map, control and coordinate ocean uses (Huckerby et al., 2016)[1]. According to O’Hagan (2016)[2], the majority of countries which have some form of MSP in place do not reflect ocean energy in terms of either reserved or pre-allocated zones for future ocean energy activity. In other countries such as Denmark, Germany and Sweden, the offshore wind is the only form of marine renewable energy identified, with … Read entire article »

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