Transnational training on land-sea interactions in spatial planning
When: postponed to 2021!
Where: Tallinn, Estonia
For whom: planners and policy makers in Baltic Sea Region (e.g. from municipalities, regions, state institutions, NGOs)
Estimated number of participants: 25–30
Format: a mixture of lectures, seminars, workshops and hands-on experiences
Aim: capacity building
Input: the project partners and some invited experts will share their ideas and skills in handling multiple interests related to land-sea interactions in coastal areas
Topics include: relations between spatial planning and blue economies; climate adaptation and trade-off analysis in blue growth; ecosystem services approach; enhancement of small and medium-sized enterprises, coastal tourism and mobility; participatory planning; cultural values in coastal and maritime planning; scenario building, etc.
During the training, the participants will be also asked to provide input to strategic recommendations of the Land-Sea-Act project
Background: Land-Sea-Act Work package 2 Spatial planning solutions for addressing development trade-offs in coastal areas, Group of activities 2.6 Transnational training on LSI in spatial planning
Training preliminary agenda:
This initial program will be revised and confirmed in the end 2020 due to uncertainties of COVID-19 pandemic.
Please, do not make any monetary obligations (booking flights and accommodation) before.
If you have any question or need more information please contact:
Centre for Landscape and Culture
School of Humanities