Programme

26.10.2021
6.G7
11.15-13.15
Round Table
Strategic planning system for the development of maritime activities in the Russian Federation and maritime spatial planning

Summary

In the new version of the Strategy for the Development of Maritime Activities of the Russian Federation up to 2030, approved by Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation on 30 August 2019 No 1930-r, the main priorities for the development of the maritime activities in the long term prospective include transition to integrated planning for the development of coastal areas, based on the land-sea component of strategies for the socio-economic development of coastal regions. The planned transfer of a number of powers for the management of maritime activities from the national to the regional authorities will allow the land-sea component of the strategies to be enriched with specific content.

Maritime spatial planning (MSP) is one of the most important tools for solving this problem. The Russian MSP Roadmap currently being developed within the framework of the Baltic MSP platform (Capacity4MSP project, Interreg. Baltic Sea Region program) should give an impetus to the development of maritime spatial planning in Russia and its integration into the international MSP process.

The objectives of «the round table» are:

• to discuss the main issues and problems of planning for the development of maritime activities in the Russian Federation from the point of view of the national authorities and the coastal entities of the federation;
• to elaborate common approaches to maritime spatial planning in the strategic planning system for the development of maritime activities in the Russian Federation in compliance with the main provisions of the Strategy;
• to assess applicability of the best international practices in this area to the special Russian conditions, taking into account the spatial heterogeneity of Russia’s maritime complex and regional challenges in developing a blue economy.

Organizers: Institute of Maritime Spatial Planning Ermak NorthWest, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, Secretariat of the Committee on Spatial Development in the Baltic Sea Region VASAB, ICSER Leontief Centre, RTU MIREA

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Reporters

Lappo Andrei, Institute of Maritime Spatial Planning Ermak Northwest. Executive Director

Draft Roadmap for the Promotion of Marine Spatial Planning In Russian Federation

Danilova Larisa, Institute of Maritime Spatial Planning Ermak Northwest. General Director

Draft Roadmap for the Promotion of Marine Spatial Planning In Russian Federation

Balyberdin Aleksandr, Federal State Budget Educational Institution of Higher Education "MIREA - Russian Technological University". Director of the Institute for Integrated Studies of National Maritime Policy

Aquatorial (marine) planning in the territorial planning system

Jekabsone Inga, VASAB Secretariat. Capacity4MSP Project Manager

Capacity4MSP Project - Building the Capacity of Marine Planners in the Baltic Sea Region

Frank-Kamenetsky Dmitry, Secretariat of the Helsinki Commission. Special advisor

WFP Baltic Sea Region Roadmap 2021-2030 - Strengthening joint efforts and coherence across the region for the implementation of marine spatial plans

Zaucha Jacek, Maritime Institute in Gdansk. Researcher

Monitoring the Confrontation Between WFP Efforts in the Baltic Sea Region

Erjomina Tatjana, Russian State Hydrometeorological University. Director of the Institute of Hydrology and Oceanology

Tools for the implementation of the ecosystem approach in marine spatial planning for Russian coastal waters of the Baltic Sea

Kachur Anatoly, Pollution Monitoring Regional Activity Centre of UNEP Action Plan for the Protection, Management and Development of the Marine and Coastal Environment of the Northwest Pacific Region (NOWPAP POMRAC). Director

Strengthening international cooperation in the Asia-Pacific region on integrated marine environmental management for the sustainable development of the Russian Far East

Sereda Amrtatjuti, Pollution Monitoring Regional Activity Centre of UNEP Action Plan for the Protection, Management and Development of the Marine and Coastal Environment of the Northwest Pacific Region (NOWPAP POMRAC). Assistant Director for Strategic Planning

Strengthening international cooperation in the Asia-Pacific region on integrated marine environmental management for the sustainable development of the Russian Far East

Mijnhijmer Kirsti, Interreg Northern Periphery and Arctic Programme. Head of Secretariat

Interreg NPA – current and future programme and Blue Economy

Khmeleva Ekaterina, WWF Russia. Director, Green Economy and Governance

Sustainable development of Arctic shipping along the Northern Sea Route and maritime spatial planning

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Moderators
Lappo Andrei Institute of Maritime Spatial Planning Ermak Northwest. Executive Director
Kapyrin Igor Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation. Deputy Director, Department of European Cooperation
Organizers

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation

VASAB Committee on Spatial Planning and Development of the Baltic Sea Region (CSPD/BSR) Secretariat

MIREA - Russian Technological University

Scientific and Research Institute of Maritime Spatial Planning Ermak Northwest

ICSER Leontief Centre
Materials

XIX All-Russia Forum of Strategic Planning Leaders ©