Facilitating co‐existence between offshore renewable energy and marine nature conservation: Lessons learnt from eleven European case studies.

Zacharoula Kyriazi, Frank Maes, Magda Vincx, Jan Vanaverbeke, Fabio Badalamenti, Angel Borja, Julia Carlström, Giovanni D'Anna, Ibon Galparsoro, Silje Nygaard, Kate Johnson, Sandy Kerr, Areti Maria Kitsou, Leyla Knittweis, Maria Maniapoulou, Anne Marie O'Hagan, Marie Louise Pace, Marta Pascual, Ellen Pecceu, Joanna PiwowarczykChristine Röckmann, Jan Tjalling Van der Wal, Vassiliki Vassilopoulou, Tomas Vega Fernandez, Jan Marcin Weslawski, Steven Degraer

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    One of the objectives of marine spatial planning should be to contribute to an
    understanding and management of complex socio‐ecological interactions at sea. In this study, we focus on the interactions between offshore renewable energy (ORE) and nature conservation (NC). Assuming that co‐existence between marine uses should be pursued whenever possible, an empirical analysis of eleven European marine areas points out whether and at which level co‐existence between ORE and NC could be an ideal management approach. Although the analysis suggests co‐existence could be followed, it is hardly applied in practice. Factors that contribute to these results were analysed, based on which a mechanism facilitating the realisation of coexistence is developed.
    Oorspronkelijke taalEngels
    Aantal pagina’s1
    PublicatiestatusGepubliceerd - 10-okt-2013
    EvenementMESMA Final Event - Lissabon, Portugal
    Duur: 8-okt-201310-okt-2013

    Symposium

    SymposiumMESMA Final Event
    LandPortugal
    StadLissabon
    Periode8/10/1310/10/13

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