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SIMNORAT at the Sea Tech Week: Management, protection and implementing regulations (PART I)
October 9, 2018 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
The SIMNORAT project will be present at the Sea Tech Week in Brest, France, on the 9th and the 10th of October 2018.
M1 – Marine Environmental Protection Policy: Implementation of the Marine Strategy and Maritime Spatial Planning Directives (PART I)
The marine environment contains an exceptional biodiversity subjected to important pressures of anthropic and climatic origin. Ecosystem-based management of the marine environment and maritime spatial planning are at the heart of policies aimed at combining sustainability and blue growth. Marine Strategy Framework (MSFD) and Maritime Spatial Planning (MEPFD) Framework Directives are the pillars of the integrated maritime policy of the European Union. France is coordinating their implementation as part of the preparation of maritime strategic plans (DSF). Objectives, process, stakeholders engagement, scientific expertise, and operational follow-up; where are we in France and beyond?
08:30 // Welcoming participants
08:45 // The implementation of Marine strategy framework (MSFD) and Maritime spatial planning (MEPFD) in France, cross-referencing.
Implementation of marine strategy and maritime spatial planning framework as part of the preparation
of the French strategic documents of facade (DSF). Feedback and stories from stakeholders
10:15 // Coffee break
10:45 // Ecosystemic management and implementation of Marine strategy framework (MSFD)
Presentation of the challenges of achieving good ecological status (GES) and the assessment and determination process of the associated environmental objectives based on pressure-impact analysis and economic and social analysis. General framework, thematic illustrations and translation of the socio-economic and environmental objectives through vocations maps.
12:00 // End of the session
The Sea Tech Week conference pass is required to participate in the session. French-English simultaneous translation. For further details please consult the programme.