ong>The Final Conference of the SIMNORAT project took place in Brest (France) on 29-30 January 2019.</strong> On the first day, presentations introduced the Atlantic setting, informed about the national MSP implementation, gave an overview of the project results and shared the perspectives on MSP of other EU MSP projects. The activities and outcomes of the case studies were presented in a poster session (Bay of Biscay and North western marine waters of Iberian Coast case studies). On the second day, workshops were held on Ecosystem-based management, data needs and information on MSP as well as on Stakeholder engagement. Here you can find the presentations of the plenary sessions of the first day. The different documents of the conference have their own dedicated entries on Zenodo:
• Agenda and Minutes
• Case study posters
• Workshops --- PRESENTATIONS 9.30 – 10.00: OPENING ADDRESSES
Facilitated by Dominique Carval, SIMNORAT Project Coordinator, Shom The SIMNORAT Final conference was opened by representatives of the city, the region, the European Commission as well as the Shom. Michel Gourcay, Vice-president, Brest Métropole Forough Salami-Dadkhah, Vice-President, Brittany Region David Sanmiguel, Project Adviser, Executive Agency for SMEs (EASME), European Commission Bruno Frachon, Director of Shom, SIMNORAT project leader The speeches were given without presentations. --- 10.00 – 10.30: SETTING THE ATLANTIC FRAME
Moderated by Corine Lochet, Deputy Director for international Relations, in charge of EU Affairs
Coordination, Shom The sessions on Setting the Atlantic frame and the State of Play of the national MSP implementations brought together a number of speakers from the national competent authorities from France, Spain, Portugal and the UK as well as from non-governmental bodies. Angela Schultz-Zehden, Project Leader, EU MSP Platform Claude Wohrer, Secretariat General to the Sea, France Damien Périssé, Director in Charge of Maritime Affairs, Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions (CPMR) --- 14.30 – 15.45: LESSONS LEARNT FROM SIMNORAT
Facilitated by Dominique Carval, SIMNORAT Project Coordinator, Shom Representatives of each project partner introduced their work on the different components, presented results and shared what they learnt from their involvement in the project. Lise Guennal, CPMR, The Role of the Regions in MSP Julien Dilasser, CEREMA, Marine Sectors Neil Alloncle & Fanny Bliard, AFB, Marine Conservation Ana Lloret, CEDEX, Organising Implementation of MSP Adriano Quintela, University of Aveiro, MSP Implementation Methodology Ronan Jarno, Shom, Data Needs and Gaps Denis Bailly, UBO, AMURE, Improving Stakeholder Engagement --- 16.15 – 17.45: PERSPECTIVES ON MSP
Moderated by Corine Lochet, Deputy Director for international relations, in charge of EU Affairs
Coordination, Shom Representatives of other European MSP projects shared their experience with the attendees of the SIMNORAT conference. A set of questions made the various perspectives on MSP comparable. Round table with the participation of: Niccolò Bassan, Università Iuav di Venezia, SUPREME Project Andrea Barbanti, Research Manager, ISMAR CNR, SIMWESTMED Project Ingela Isaksson, Project Manager, Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management, Coordinator of the Pan Baltic Scope Project Kirsty Wright, Marine Scotland Science, NorthSEE project Gaël Potin, Research Engineer at La Réunion University, OCEAN METISS Project Cathal O'Mahony, EU Grant Coordinator, University College Cork, SIMCelt Project David Sanmiguel, Project Adviser, Executive Agency for SMEs (EASME), European Commission

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