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MSP Challenge

MSP Challenge – ‘serious’ games for marine planners of all ages The SIMCelt initiative is intended to consider how marine planning can be effected across borders but one of its outputs has taken international collaboration to whole new levels.  Marine Scotland has worked with a team of game developers at the University of Breda in […]

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Severn Estuary Forum Event

SIMCelt presented at the Severn Estuary Forum in Bridgwater in October to share lessons learned from our project so far. The Severn Estuary Partnership was set up in 1995, and is an independent, estuary-wide non-statutory initiative led by local authorities and statutory agencies. They work actively with all those involved in the management of the […]

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Planning Across Borders

A series of reports for Case Study 3 ‘Planning Across Borders’ will soon become available. These reports will focus on marine planning in the area of the Solway Firth but will have key findings and lessons learnt that will be applicable to other Member States with similar estuaries. Look out for:  Initial comparison of requirements […]

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Celtic Seas 2050: Spatial Demands and Scenarios

On September 19th the SIMCelt team hosted a workshop in London which explored how different scenarios would influence development and marine planning in the Celtic Seas as part of work on Component 1.2.1: Spatial Demands and Scenarios. Representatives from a wide variety of maritime sectors as well as government authorities attended, giving direct insights into […]

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