Maritime Spatial Planning. Learning from Experience

Maritime Spatial Planning. Learning from Experience.
Perspectives from case studies around the World

In the framework of the Erasmus Mundus Master Course on Maritime Spatial Planning (EMMCMSP), the University IUAV of Venice is organizing a conference of Tundi Agardy that will be held on the 8th of April at 16:30 inVenice, Palazzo Badoer, aula Tafuri (address: San Polo 2468 – Venezia).

Tundi is an internationally renowned expert in marine conservation, with extensive field and policy experience in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, the Mediterranean, North America, and the Pacific. Tundi specializes in coastal planning and assessment, marine protected areas, fisheries management and ocean zoning, and has published widely in these fields. She also led the coastal portion of the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment – a 3-year global analysis released in 2005 that represents the consensus of over a thousand scientists on the state of the world’s ecosystems.

The conference will take place in the framework of the Course on Ecosystem Based Management in Marine and Coastal environments.

Erasmus Mundus Master Course on Maritime Spatial Planning ( is a two-years advanced professional master program financed by the European Commission. The master is organized by three high-rated European universities, Università Iuav di Venezia as coordinator, University of Sevilla, University of Azores, and includes several associated members such as UNESCO-IOC, EUCC and CORILA. Students familiarize themselves with key issues involved in policies formulation and planning strategies for maritime space, to improve the management of resources from an environmental, economic, social and legal perspective within the framework of Maritime policies.


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