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Planning for implementation – roles of Maritime Spatial Planning and sectoral management of Marine Protected Areas in a planning process t the 2nd Baltic Maritime Spatial Planning Forum

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Planning for implementation – roles of Maritime Spatial Planning and sectoral management of Marine Protected Areas in a planning process by Jochen Lamp, WWF, Germany at the workshop 'Linking maritime spatial planning with marine protected areas (Baltic SCOPE)' at the 2nd Baltic Maritime Spatial Planning Forum in Riga, Latvia on 23-24 November 2016 (the final conference of the Baltic SCOPE collaboration).

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Planning for implementation – roles of Maritime Spatial Planning and sectoral management of Marine Protected Areas in a planning process by Jochen Lamp, WWF, Germany at the workshop 'Linking maritime spatial planning with marine protected areas (Baltic SCOPE)' at the 2nd Baltic Maritime Spatial Planning Forum in Riga, Latvia on 23-24 November 2016 (the final conference of the Baltic SCOPE collaboration).

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Planning for implementation – roles of Maritime Spatial Planning and sectoral management of Marine Protected Areas in a planning process t the 2nd Baltic Maritime Spatial Planning Forum

  1. 1. Jochen Lamp W 2/5 Linking maritime spatial planning WWF Germany with marine protected areas #BalticMSP MSP planning and MPAs – from Planning to Management (Baltic SCOPE)
  2. 2. 2 My topics • Elements for including MPAs in the MSP Plan • Tools and data • Process from planning to management • Roles of MSP plan and MPA management 17.11.16 2Jochen Lamp WWF Germany
  3. 3. 3 Prerequisites and assumptions • MSP follows EU Directives • Ecosystem based managment approach will be followed • Habitats and Birds Directives and Marine Strategy Framework Directives will be followed • and thus MPAs are integral parts of MSP plans and networks of well managed MPAs are standard in the regional seas. • HELCOM and OSPAR recommendations will be followed So we are discussing here not if MPAs are included but how they are included. 3Jochen Lamp WWF Germany MSP Forum Riga 24. November 16
  4. 4. 4 Stocktaking: good planning needs best data • Existing MPAs and networks are good, however… • for an MSP plan you also need the information that led to the designation • Demands of species • Threshholds indicators (GES) • Impacts • How do pressures affect biodiversity • How does an MPA foster ecosystem services … (purification,…) • Or productivity (spill – over) • How is the area affected by cumulative effects 4Jochen Lamp WWF Germany MSP Forum Riga 24. November 16
  5. 5. 5 Which data • MPA network maps including coherence assessments • Marine landscapes • Habitat mapping • Evaluation of ecosystem services • Pressure evaluations • Stock assessments All you need to justify an MPA you will also need for justifying restrictions to other sea uses. Make your case strong and do your homework! 5Jochen Lamp WWF Germany MSP Forum Riga 24. November 16
  6. 6. 6 Planning phase: making the case early in the process „Green Buzzwords“ in recitals are fine … More important is to introduce hard conservation criteria into the planning rationale and setting of goals. MPAs should be the exclusive use in the priority zone of a plan Clear environmental qualitative criteria correspond with areas and spatial data fulfilling these criteria  GIS will generate the areas concerned Certain protection categories (nature reserve, N2000 area, National park) or specific zones (core zone) or habitats can be such criteria for priority zones 6Jochen Lamp WWF Germany MSP Forum Riga 24. November 16
  7. 7. 7 Planning result MPAs should be priority areas for conservation – Incompatible uses should be excluded For other uses this will mean that there is no need to ask for permission in these areas. 7Jochen Lamp WWF Germany MSP Forum Riga 24. November 16
  8. 8. 8 Planning Technologies Conservation department has to bring clear evidence to the table of the planners Decision suppport tools might underpin the arguments Visualising alternatives helps to convince 8Jochen Lamp WWF Germany MSP Forum Riga 24. November 16 Suitability layers, left: species and habitats inside N2000 areas, right: important fish areas and wind power (preliminary data) Plan.. for us
  9. 9. 9 Communication is key An MSP plan is a political decision making process. To get MPAs as a priority claim, all parties have to be convinced: • The MSP planners > to understand and prioritize the claim • The other sectors> to acknowledge that their claim is less important • Society and polititians > that it is the best choice that might help win elections • Important is to speak the same language – this can already start with using the same planning tools or jointly produced data (decision support tools, joint habitat maps ) 9Jochen Lamp WWF Germany MSP Forum Riga 24. November 16
  10. 10. 10 Think of monitoring and implementation • When going into an MSP process the MPA management and implementation should be anticipated • It helps making the designations enforcable • The division between planning authority and management authority should be clear from the beginning – point of hand-over being set early • Task of developing the plan > planning authority • Task of daily management > nature conservation authority 10Jochen Lamp WWF Germany MSP Forum Riga 24. November 16
  11. 11. 11 Role of MSP planning agency • Deliver transparency about functions, impacts and different scenarios based on scientific evidence • Elaborate policy/rationale document with goals, indicators, zoning scheme for all claims for sea space • Define general scheme of restrictions and obligations assigned to a certain zone • Based on spatial information and input develop a map with the zones including the corresponding restrictions 11Jochen Lamp WWF Germany MSP Forum Riga 24. November 16
  12. 12. 12 Role of the conservation agency As contributor to the Planning team: • Provide input to rationale, conservation criteria to meet and restrictions that correspond (incompatable activities) As competent management agency • Lead role for management of the priority claim • Lead the consultation with other sectors • Define site or zone specific management regulations • Organize enforcement procedures in a conservation management plan (incl. Legal status of a reserve´,…) • Organize monitoring and data gathering on daily basis • Secure surveillance and enforcement of measures 12Jochen Lamp WWF Germany MSP Forum Riga 24. November 16
  13. 13. 13 Surveillance and Monitoring • Co-use of ressources where possible: • Combination of ongoing surveillance for multi- purposes: • Oil spill , bird and marine mammals surveillance by using additional equipment on board aircrafts • Vessel tracking (VMS, AIS) via satellite for tracking ship traffic, fisheries • Voluntary sighting tools (sighting apps for detecting mammals or pollution features • Using coast guard, fisheries control and ranger vessels jointly to enforce the measures in remote sea areas. 13Jochen Lamp WWF Germany MSP Forum Riga 24. November 16
  14. 14. 14 Involvement of mechanisms outside MSP Use of different sectoral competences : Conservation: management planning for N2000 sites Shipping : PSSA- areas to be avoided MSFD: programme of measures Fisheries: spawnig areas, gear restrictions , fisheries measures in line with Common fisheries policy 14Jochen Lamp WWF Germany MSP Forum Riga 24. November 16
  15. 15. 15 WWF Thank you! 17.11.16 15Jochen Lamp WWF Germany

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