Tag Archives: Celtic Seas

Maritime Spatial Planning: Transboundary Co-operation in the Celtic Seas – SIMCelt closing conference 28 &29 November, Liverpool

SIMCelt – Supporting Implementation of Maritime Spatial Planning in the Celtic Seas – is a 2 year project running to December 2017 co-funded by the EU Directorate General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries. It aims to promote practical cross-border cooperation between Member States on the implementation of the Maritime Spatial Planning Directive in OSPSAR Region III:

Read more

Showing Support for Working Together at the Celtic Seas Scale

As the Celtic Seas Partnership project nears completion many of the stakeholders who have been involved with the project have told the project team that they would like to see face-to-face engagement at the Celtic Seas scale continue after the project finishes. In today’s economic climate, getting the resources to make this happen will be

Read more

Registration now open for: Tying the Celtic Knot – creating lasting partnerships for the Celtic Seas, Dublin 18-19 October 2016

Registration is now open for the third and final international workshop of the Celtic Seas Partnership project. The event will take place at Croke Park in Dublin on 18th and 19th of October 2016. The event will showcase the final outputs of this exciting project and find ways of ensuring that the work that’s been

Read more

Last chance to book: Celtic Seas Partnership England Workshop, 19th November, Bristol

The Celtic Seas Partnership is holding a 2nd round of national workshops over Autumn 2015. Workshops are taking place in England, France, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales and will enable participants to explore a range of issues impacting the future of the Celtic Seas, and to hear an update on the latest developments with

Read more

Celtic Seas Partnership Project selects Solway as case study

Solway has recently been selected as a suitable case study for the Celtic Seas Partnership Project. Solway is one of three case studies identified as best practice for cross-border management of the marine environment. The Celtic Seas Partnership Project promotes the implementation of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD), which requires co-ordinated and collaborative sustainable

Read more

Celtic Seas Partnership – Help achieve Good Environmental Status in the Celtic Seas

The Celtic Seas Partnership encourages stakeholders to get involved in developing ideas and initiatives to achieve ‘Good Environmental Status’ in the Celtic Seas by 2020 in accordance with the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD). Resulting from a series of workshops, surveys and consultations with multiple stakeholders, the Partnership is now setting up five thematic task groups to

Read more

Marine Strategy Framework Directive explained – Celtic Seas Partnership launches MSFD Animation

Struggling to get your head around the Marine Strategy Framework Directive? The Celtic Seas Partnership has produced a useful animation to help explain the pressures that our seas and oceans are under and the work the project is doing to protect them. To view the animation, which is available in both English and French, and

Read more

Celtic Seas Partnership Activity Update

The Celtic Seas Partnership is a four year EC Life+ project supporting the implementation of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD) in the Celtic Seas. It aims to draw people together from across the Celtic Seas to set up collaborative and innovative approaches to managing their marine environment. It is working to put the people

Read more

Closed – Have your say on ideas for MSFD measures

Survey now closed. The Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD) has been introduced by the European Commission  to bring about Good Environmental Status in our seas. What does this mean? What does Good Environmental Status look like? The aim is to get our seas back to their former glory and for marine activities and industry to

Read more

Supporting implementation of the MSFD: Developing ICZM Guidelines and Ecosystem Services Assessment Tools Scientific Workshop, 14 January, Liverpool

This workshop, taking place as part of the Celtic Seas Partnership Life+ Project, aims to bring together scientists and practitioners with expertise and interests related to Marine Strategy Framework Directive implementation to exchange current research and good practice experience and to inform the direction of two sections of the Celtic Seas Partnership project that are being delivered by

Read more