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SustainBaltic work with the FINAL OUTPUTS of four ICZMs:

- In its first project year (2016/2017) to present integrated human-ecological networks of the Finnish and Estonian project area. Those presentations you see at our dissemination events page  The seminar held 13 June, 2017 in Tallinn. More: The detailed descriptions over the data integrations in Estonia and in Finland.

- During the second project year (2017/2018) the ICZM drafts prepared for two case areas in Satakunta Region in Finland and two cases in the counties of Lääne and Lääne-Viru in Estonia. The ICZM drafts evaluated by general public and stakeholders of the case areas. 

- In November, 2018:

1.  Satakunta Marine and Coastal Tourism ICZMENG Satakunta.pdfENG Satakunta.pdf and FIN Satakunta.pdfFIN Satakunta.pdf ; and one report on the results of the map-based survey (FIN)Nordström_ym. 2018a.pdfNordström_ym. 2018a.pdf

2.  Lääne-Viru Integrated Coastal Zone Management Plan ENG Lääne-Viru.pdfENG Lääne-Viru.pdf and EST Lääne-Viru.pdfEST Lääne-Viru.pdf;

3.  Kokemäenjoki River Ecosystem Services ICZMENG Kokemäenjoki.pdfENG Kokemäenjoki.pdf andFIN Kokemäenjoki.pdfFIN Kokemäenjoki.pdf; and two reports: the results of the map-based survey (FIN) Nordström_ym. 2018b.pdfNordström_ym. 2018b.pdf and the introduction of the ecosystem services (FIN)  Mononen ym. 2018.pdfMononen ym. 2018.pdf

4. Läänemaa Spatial Development Plan for the Coastal Area between Hara Peninsula and Ristinina ICZM ENG Läänemaa.pdfENG Läänemaa.pdf and EST Läänemaa.pdfEST Läänemaa.pdf 

ready for the implementation, and for further development based on our learning experiences to the other regions of the Baltic Sea as well outside of the Central Baltic Programme area.


 
  Käsmu, Lääne-Viru. June, 2017.

The Project Partners of SustainBaltic:
University of Turku, Finland (Lead Partner)

 
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