Celtic Seas 2050: Developing Scenarios for the Celtic Seas
Tuesday 19th September, 09:15 – 16:30
University of Liverpool in London, Finsbury Square, EC2A 1AG
As part of the SIMCelt project we are exploring trends, scenarios and future spatial demands for key maritime sectors:
Offshore Wind Energy
Ports and Shipping
Wave and Tidal Energy
This workshop will bring together representatives from these sectors across the Celtic Seas countries (UK, Ireland and France) to explore possible development scenarios in the Celtic Seas in the medium term.
The aim is to understand how trends and drivers in maritime sectors will influence spatial demands and cooperation on maritime spatial planning in the future in relation to a range of possible scenarios. Participants will work collaboratively with representatives from various sectors to exchange ideas on how their sectors may interact in future and the issues that will need to to be taken into consideration in maritime spatial plans, in particular those issues with a cross-border or transnational dimension.
Findings from the workshop will contribute to the final SIMCelt project outputs and support the work of EU Member States to implement the Maritime Spatial Planning Directive.
This event is FREE to attend. To register please see https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/celtic-seas-2050-developing-scenarios-for-the-celtic-seas-tickets-35003391085
Limited funding is available to cover travel costs for participants to attend the workshop. Please contact Lynne McGowan (L.McGowan@liverpool.ac.uk) for further details.
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09.30 Welcome to the day; introduction to the SIMCelt project and the day’s activities
09.45 Presentations from invited speakers and introduction to first activity
– Alena Petrikovicova, DG MARE
– Stephen Hull, ABPmer
11.15 Activity 1 – Where are we going? Sectoral Ambitions
13.20 Activity 2 – Where are we going? Sectoral Integration
14.15 Activity 3 – Promoting Transboundary Cooperation
16.30 Close of event