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"Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme" project MLTMI16099I
MLTMI16099I "Coherent Linear Infrastructures in Baltic Maritime Spatial Plans (1.04.2016−30.04.2019)", Robert Aps, University of Tartu, Faculty of Science and Technology, Estonian Marine Institute.
MLTMI16099I
Sidus lineaarne taristu Läänemere mereruumi planeeringutes
Coherent Linear Infrastructures in Baltic Maritime Spatial Plans
Baltic LINes
1.04.2016
30.04.2019
R&D project
Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme
ETIS classificationSubfieldCERCS classificationFrascati Manual classificationPercent
1. Biosciences and Environment1.11. Research relating to Environmental Policy, Environmental Economy and Environmental LawS240 Town and country planning 1.5. Biological sciences (biology, botany, bacteriology, microbiology, zoology, entomology, genetics, biochemistry, biophysics, other allied sciences, excluding clinical and veterinary sciences)100,0
PeriodSum
01.04.2016−31.03.2019178 500,00 EUR
178 500,00 EUR

Baltic LINes projekti eesmärgiks on jõuda Läänemere ulatuses ühiste lahendusteni laevateede ja energia ülekande merekoridoride suhtes, mis võiksid järgnevalt olla integreeritud rahvuslike mereruumi planeeringutesse. Selliselt välditakse planeeringute võimalikku piiriülest mittevastavust ja luuakse eeldused Läänemere mereruumi efektiivseks kasutamiseks ja sinimajanduse kasvupotentsiaali realiseerimiseks. Esmakordselt luuakse hästi struktureeritud ja koordineeritud rahvuslike ja rahvusvaheliste huvirühmade konsultatsiooniprotsess, mille käigus lepitakse kokku osapooli rahuldavad ja merekeskkonna head seisundit tagavad mereruumi planeeringu lahendused. Läänemere ulatuses kogutud andmed analüüsitakse ning luuakse ühine mereruumi planeeringu koordinatsiooni protsess, ühised planeeringu kriteeriumid ning planeeringulahendused. Tuginedes projekti tulemustele saab võimalikuks kavandada laevateid ja energia ülekande merekoridore tulevaseks 10-15 aastaks ning tugevdada seeläbi ka investeerijate kindlustunnet.
Baltic LINes helps to develop the most appropriate framework conditions for Blue Growth activities (e.g. maritime transportation, offshore energy exploitation, coastal tourism etc.) for the coming 10 15 years increasing investors’ security. A precondition for this is to create the informational as well as institutional capacities of Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) bodies. Based on past experiences and a sector involvement strategy a structured and coordinated involvement process with relevant national/transnational stakeholder fora will be carried out In close cooperation with stakeholders from the shipping and the energy industry. Baltic LINes project partners will find out about requirements for MSP of the shipping and energy sector (based on forecasted economic, environmental, technological and land sea related developments) and their spatial implications. The information gathered will be visualised in scenarios with the help of the MSP Challenge, a computer supported simulation game based on accurate data and feedback that gives maritime spatial planners insight in the diverse challenges of sustainable planning of human activities in the marine and coastal ecosystem.
Description in EstonianPercent
Applied Research100,0
InstitutionRoleCountryTypeComment
Baltic Marine Environment Protection Commission - Helsinki CommissionpartnerFinland
Coastal Research and Planning InstitutepartnerLithuania
Federal Maritime and Hydrographic AgencycoordinaatorGermany
Maritime Institute in GdanskpartnerPoland
Maritime Office in GdyniapartnerPoland
Ministry of Energy, Infrastructure and State Development Mecklenburg-VorpommernpartnerGermany
State Regional Development AgencypartnerLatvia
Swedish Agency for Marine and Water ManagementpartnerSweden
Swedish Maritime AdministrationpartnerSweden