The Swedish project partners, World Maritime University and Kalmar County Administrative Board, supported the development and implementation of a joint Swedish/Danish seminar held at Aalborg university on 20 February. The seminar focused on cross border issues in MSP and presented practical examples of MSP initiatives from both countries.
Furthermore, on 8 May an online lecture on MSP was delivered at WMU where a general introduction to MSP was given by WMU as well as an introduction to MSP in Sweden, given by the Kalmar County Administrative Board.
Face-to-face trainings were planned for the municipalities in the south of Sweden to take place during the spring 2020. Due to the outbreak of Covid-19 these have had to be postponed to a time when travel and meeting restrictions have been lifted.
SEAPLANSPACE workshops curriculum
|MSP in Sweden and Denmark||20 Feb 2020||Aalborg University|
|Introduction to MSP – case study Sweden||8 May 2020||Online|
|Inter-municipal cooperation in MSP||3 December (tbc)||Online|
|Marine protected areas in MSP||2 December (tbc)||Online|
MSP education & research
Gothenburg University: https://www.gu.se/en/study-gothenburg/european-marine-directives-and-policies-an-interdisciplinary-perspective-mar463https://www.gu.se/en/study-gothenburg/the-sea-and-society-relationship-historical-perspectives-present-status-and-future-challenges-mar461
Baltic Sea Centre: https://www.su.se/ostersjocentrum/english/
Gothenburg University – masterprogram: https://marine.gu.se/english/education
Blekinge Institute of Technology: https://www.bth.se/eng/education/masters/slash/?val=SLASH21h