Local, national, and supranational governments fund coastal restoration and remediation for a multitude of reasons. As local and regional economies restructure, and communities seek alternative futures for coastal areas, actors orchestrate new futures in a variety of ways. In recent years, technological changes have made it possible for coastal regions to formulate and experience richer paths of socio-economic transition, including industries beyond those based upon tourism, resource extraction, and shipping.
Comprehensively several of these new sectors have been incorporated by regional and supra-national policies, such as the EU Blue Growth Strategy, and new necessities to accommodate multiple views, needs, and stakeholders through new planning and policy approaches (e.g. Marine spatial Planning, The emergence of these new themes has created the need to reframe, and to investigate how to implement and regulate sustainable transition process in coastal regions, with the inclusion of remediation and place-making approaches.
This session offers an opportunity to present and discuss the most recent works on these coastal new themes, whether based on case studies or on general concepts such as critical MSP.
|Presenter||Stephen Axon*, Liverpool John Moores University, Blue Growth, Blue Energy and Coastal Sustainability Transitions: Is stakeholder and public engagement the missing link?||20||2:40 PM|
|Presenter||Christina Kelly*, Queen's University Belfast, Geraint Ellis, Queen's University Belfast , Wesley Flannery, Queen's University Belfast, The need to reframe the sustainable transition process in coastal regions: learning from Transition Management||20||3:00 PM|
|Presenter||Thomas Morelli*, , Governance of the National Maritime Jurisdiction: State-Civil Society-Market Balance as Integral to Engagement Strategy for ‘Blue Region’ Sustainability||20||3:20 PM|
|Presenter||Matthew Liesch*, Central Michigan University, Marcello Graziano, Central Michigan University, Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Impacts within Four EPA Areas of Concern||20||3:40 PM|
|Presenter||Marcello Graziano*, Central Michigan University, Scale mismatches: old friends, and new seascapes in a planning regime||20||4:00 PM|
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