Marine Spatial Planning

11/2017 | Guideline

Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) is a decision-making process that guides where and when human activities occur in the ocean. Making the right activity takes place in the right area helps the ocean economy to grow sustainably - benefiting humans and the environment alike.

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