The workshop ‘Marine Cultural Heritage (MCH) – Challenging Part of MSP’ introduced with the recent development in the field of maritime spatial planning for MCH, especially with:
The results of recent BalticRIM touching the above mentioned challenges and contributing to national planning processes in various of ways;
The findings of the Land-Sea Act project’s case study focusing on intangible cultural heritage, understood as values that people place on marine ecosystems.

Speakers
Introduction by Jacek Zaucha, Gdynia Maritime University, Maritime Institute, Poland
Maritime cultural heritage integrated in MSP. Marianne Lehtimaki, expert in the BalticRIM project, Finland and Salamaria Tikkanen, Finnish Heritage Agency.
Paleo-landscapes in the maritime spatial plan of the Gulf of Gdańsk. Iwona Pomian, National Maritime Museum, Poland
Intangible Maritime Cultural Heritage in MSP, presented by Joanna Piwowarczyk, Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
Sussane Altvater, s.Pro – sustainable-projects
Matthias Maluck, State Archaeology Department of Schleswig-Holstein

Discussion moderated by Magdalena Matczak and Jacek Zaucha.

The 4th Baltic MSP Forum took place on 1-2 June 2021, online. Event was organised by the Capacity4MSP and Land-Sea-Act projects, both financed by the Interreg Baltic Sea Region programme. www.balticmspforum.eu

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