P2 Sustainable use of common resources
2.2. Sustainably planned and managed marine and coastal areas
01.01.2018 - 31.12.2020
€3 084 924
€2 399 829
Marine and coastal areas, face similar environmental and spatial planning challenges in the Baltic Sea Region. The increasing demands of exploiting these areas are creating potential conflicts with other interest such as preservation of natural resources and ecosystem services. It is essential that different values and interests are recognized in the marine and coastal plans to reach long term sustainable development in the Baltic Sea Region.
The idea of this project is to develop a holistic and inclusive approach in to the planning process, through involving stakeholders of different interests and together create sustainable marine and coastal zone plans. New methods and strategies will be developed and evaluated to visualize different values and interests and to improve local participation in order to make them more efficient and sustainable.
The main outputs from the project will be sustainable marine and coastal spatial plans for pilot areas in Åland, Latvia, Sweden and Estonia, and new tools and management strategies, guidelines and better cooperation between stakeholders regarding spatial planning. Important outputs are also innovative technical tools, such as GIS tools, web-based platforms, web and mobile applications, developed to support a transparent and inclusive planning process. In addition, these plans could lead to the creation of new jobs. Coast4us will exchange experience and knowledge with current and earlier projects, and ensure that new tools and management strategies developed in this project are transferred to other areas in the Baltic Sea Region.
Partner budget: 582.119 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 430.768 EUR ERDF
Hela Sverige ska leva Östergötland
Partner budget: 40.000 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 29.600 EUR ERDF
Partner budget: 200.000 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 148.000 EUR ERDF
Partner budget: 215.766 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 159.667 EUR ERDF
Partner budget: 212.478 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 157.234 EUR ERDF
Partner budget: 130.323 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 96.439 EUR ERDF
Aspöja Fastigheter AB
Partner budget: 139.342 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 103.113 EUR ERDF
Partner budget: 288.476 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 213.472 EUR ERDF
Partner budget: 106.575 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 78.866 EUR ERDF
Latvijas Republikas Vides aizsardzības un reģionālās attīstības ministrija
Partner budget: 146.180 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 122.791 EUR ERDF
Carnikavas novada dome
Partner budget: 215.936 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 181.386 EUR ERDF
Saulkrastu novada dome
Partner budget: 149.990 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 125.992 EUR ERDF
Salacgrīvas novada dome
Partner budget: 147.524 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 123.920 EUR ERDF
Rīgas Tehniskā Universitāte
Partner budget: 153.000 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 128.520 EUR ERDF
Partner budget: 233.486 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 196.128 EUR ERDF
Partner budget: 123.731 EUR
Amount of ERDF funding: 103.934 EUR ERDF
Havs- och Vattenmyndigheten
Östergötlands Läns Landsting (Region Östergötland)
Publisko un privāto partnerattiecību biedrība "Sernikon"
Närings-, trafik- och miljöcentralen i Södra Österbotten
Sustainable plans will be developed through three parts:
1. Mapping and preparation for planning process: mapping and assessment of values (e.g. ecological, cultural and social) as well as present use of resources and local demands for economic development will be performed. Planning tools (e.g. GIS, planning IT tool, LEA and Smart City Planning) will be developed in order to facilitate the planning process. Meeting points, both physical and web-based, will be established as planning laboratories including the developed planning tools. Education material for the different tools and for sustainable development planning will also be prepared to suit our stakeholders, e.g. general public, planners and politicians.
2. Planning process and development of sustainable plans: A new planning approach will be developed, implemented and evaluated during the project. The process will include mobilization, education and activation of stakeholders of different interests and levels. An important step of the new process will be to put great emphasis on balancing different values and interests, and make the plans sustainable, viable and locally accepted.
3. Evaluation and dissemination: Tools, participatory processes and the holistic plans will be evaluated and improved during the project time. Best practices will be summarized in handbooks and incorporated in methodological guidelines, for sustainable development planning at local level, and disseminated to stakeholders to make the project results long-term sustainable.
All three parts of the project will contribute to the result indicator by delivering sustainable and holistic marine and coastal plans in the participating countries.