MSP-GREEN Project survey: Communicating Maritime European Green Deal across basins

Published: Wednesday, 05 April 2023 Print Email

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In the framework of the EMFAF MSP-GREEN project (Maritime Spatial Planning as Enabler of the European Green Deal), the project communication team has created a survey, as part of Task 5.3: Communicating maritime European Green Deal (EGD), which results in Deliverable 5.2. A handbook reviewing cross-basin performed and ongoing communication strategies, and relevant strategic guidance documents, trends and specificities in the field of maritime spatial planning (MSP), EGD, stakeholder involvement etc.

The aim of the survey is to identify specific elements and elaborate recommendations on communicative strategies and digital tools that can represent maritime specificities of the EU basins and enable communication of the maritime European Green Deal. Promoting the EGD means promoting a theoretical approach, based on scientific evidence but that can only be achieved by a cultural transformation. This translates into defining scenarios that can support difficult choices that as a society we will be called to take in the near future. By supporting the maritime EGD, the project is, therefore, taking part in shaping our reality by proposing new pathways across EU sea basins - a possible future, a future that may be better for current and next generations. In this regard, it is understandable that there is no one-size-fits-for-all-systems, but to operatively cover basin perspectives for this activity, all questions are asked to be based upon your experience seen under the basin-wide umbrella rather than distinctively the national MSP perspective.

Please follow the link to access the survey:

It will be greatly appreciated if the survey will be filled in by the 13th of April 2023.

If you would like to leave any additional comments or questions, please contact MoEPRD task coordinator & communication specialist Annija Danenberga ().

Thank you very much in advance for your consideration and feel free to disseminating this to your wide networks and all interested stakeholders across basins!

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