MSPMED Alive and Kicking!

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MSPMED or Maritime Spatial Planning, “Towards the operational implementation of MSP in our common Mediterranean Sea”, is a project co-funded by the European Commission to achieve the establishment of coherent and coordinated maritime plans across the Mediterranean Sea and between Member States. 

 

The Consortium partners of the MSP-MED project have a strong and direct link with their MSP national Competent Authorities and have extensive experience in Maritime Spatial Planning. They are, of course, from Mediterranean countries, specifically: Italy, France, Greece, Spain, Slovenia and Malta, find out more in the Partners page. 

 

The project is divided into Work Packages and you can have an insight about them and the actions required to carry them out in the Project page.

 

MSP-MED is set to go on for two years, starting this February, 2020, during which many workshops, meetings and outreach actions will be carried out, to be updated keep an eye on this news section and our social networks’ pages; we are on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Linkedin.

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