Using marine planning to balance competing demands on the marine environment: international comparisons
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[Extract from Executive Summary] Scottish and UK context. The Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009 established an integrated planning system for the UK’s marine environment. England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have developed separate marine planning processes with the 2009 Act remaining the overarching legislation. This has resulted in a variety of institutional and governance arrangements across the UK.
Shucksmith, R, Stojanovic, T, Slater A.-M., Withouck, I, & Allan, K (2020) Using marine planning to balance competing demands on the marine environment: international comparisons. Published by Marine Alliance for Science and Technology for Scotland (MASTS). 64pp.
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