BLUE4ALL will develop science-based tools for achieving Marine Protected Areas that meet conservation and restoration objectives, while addressing the needs and concerns of all stakeholders
We will work with stakeholders from 25 Living Labs and Information Sites in the Mediterranean Sea, Baltic Sea and North East Atlantic regions to develop tools for preserving and restoring the marine environment in a socially sustainable and acceptable way.
Mission Arena – Results of workshop! 🤩
Our workshop, ‘Safeguarding Biodiversity Strengthening Marine Protected Area Networks, policy coherence and community involvement’, co-organized with the MSP4BIO project, Cool Blue Project and CrossGov Project, had a very interesting list of speakers that participated in the four sessions. Don't miss the summary of the workshop!
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Become an MPA manager for a day! - A roleplaying game to be co-developed by BLUE4ALL
Embark on an exhilarating journey as you step into the shoes of a Marine Protected Area (MPA) manager in this playful workshop. Feel the thrill of navigating the challenges managers face, negotiating with diverse stakeholders, and making critical decisions for biodiversity conservation and sustainable marine resource utilisation. This immersive roleplay game promises to foster a deep understanding of their crucial role in achieving environmental goals. Get ready for an exciting adventure that combines education with strategic thinking, as you tackle the complexities of coastal conservation and community livelihoods.
Benchmarking Institutional and Policy Frameworks for MPAs (D1.1)
This deliverable report can be used as a guide for navigating the MPA policy landscape in Europe and to compare approaches across countries and institutional levels. D1.1 will also be used as a reference for further work within the BLUE4ALL project.
2nd EU Blue Parks Community workshop
07 March 2024
The EU Blue Parks Community brings together EU Member States’ national and regional authorities, European marine networks, stakeholders and research and innovation projects. This Community aims to help identify and address challenges, share tools, solutions and good practices, and promote innovative approaches, while enhancing cooperation across the EU sea-basins in order to protect 30% and strictly protect 10% of EU sea areas by 2030.
BLUE4ALL will participate again in this 2nd workshop with the presentation: “BLUE4ALL, facilitating the Blue Parks Community”