The project Erasmus+ Knowledge Flows in Marine Spatial Planning - Sharing Innovation in Higher Education (and formerly Strategic Partnership for Marine Spatial Planning, 2016 – 2019) addresses current teaching issues in the emerging field of marine / maritime spatial planning (MSP). The project involves partners from research and administrative organisations, as well as experts on MSP. The overall aim is to reach a common understanding and to take transdisciplinary approaches on a transnational level for coherent higher education. The project wants to develop a common European education agenda on MSP exemplified for the northern North Atlantic, North Sea and Baltic Sea region.

left to right: Malena Ripken, Thomas Klenke, Heather Ritchie, Harald Warmelink, Juliette Davret, Andrea Morf, Stephen Jay, Riku Varjopuro, Ville Karvinen and Lise Schrøder

left to right: Malena Ripken, Thomas Klenke, Heather Ritchie, Harald Warmelink, Juliette Davret, Andrea Morf, Stephen Jay, Riku Varjopuro, Ville Karvinen and Lise Schrøder

Knowledge Flows Lead Partner:

  • Lise Schrøder (Aalborg University Copenhagen)
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Project Partners:

  • Aalborg University Copenhagen (Denmark)
  • University of Oldenburg (Germany)
  • University of Nantes (France)
  • University of Liverpool (UK)
  • Leibnitz Centre for Baltic Sea Research (Germany)
  • Breda University of Applied Sciences (The Netherlands)
  • Ulster University (UK)
  • SYKE, Finnish Environment Institute (Finland)
  • University of Gothenburg (Sweden) - associated

Contact MSP Education Arena:

  • Malena Ripken (University of Oldenburg)
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  • Björn Koch (University of Oldenburg) - technical
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