Welcome to the coastal governance good practices CoastingWiki. This site is funded through the Interreg Med Coasting Project and managed by Sapienza University of Rome - PDTA Department (IT). This is an interactive source of information on coastal governance from around Europe.
Map of good practices
This tool is for sharing good practices and lessons learnt for policy makers, practitioners and researchers of coastal governance.
Up to now, the database holds 12 good practices from 13 countries
|Latest updated Good practices||Modification date"Modification date" is a predefined property that corresponds to the date of the last modification of a subject and is provided by Semantic MediaWiki.||Country|
|CONSUME-LESS in Mediterranean Touristic Communities||24 October 2019 09:11:03||Italy|
|Bay Contract||22 October 2019 12:50:43||France|
|Eco Gozo. A vision for an eco-island||18 September 2019 15:24:36||Malta|
|Plan Estratégico Conil 2012 - 2012 Conil Strategic Plan||12 September 2019 10:22:33||Spain|
|MARIne Spatial Conservation planning in the Aegean sea - MARISCA||12 September 2019 10:20:19||Greece|
|Plan for the Integrated Management of the Coasts of Attika – Strategic Plan for Athens 2021 (PIMCA)||12 September 2019 08:55:22||Greece|
|Andalusian Strategy for Integrated Coastal Zone Management (AS-ICZM)||26 July 2019 08:29:21||Spain|
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- Search in the open database and discover the good practices uploaded
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The CoastingWiki has been developed by the COASTING partnership as a permanent observatory for sharing knowledge and promoting good practices on coastal governance. The COASTING partnership is made possible with the contribution of the Interreg Med financial instrument of the European Community (co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund).
Interreg Med Coasting
COASTING is a capitalisation project based on the ICZM (Integrated Coastal Zone Management) principles application, aiming at enhancing the effectiveness of a multilevel governance tool like Coast Contract (Contract de Baie), transferring a shared methodology mostly centred on the stakeholders’ involvement, and focusing tools and actions more deeply on the tourism sector sustainability and qualification. In accordance with the ICZM protocol, COASTING aims to apply its principles to enhance qualification and use of natural resources, to create social accountability through a participation process so to develop a coherent framework for coastal recovery and management, increasing coordination for actions related to sustainable and responsible coastal and maritime tourism in the MED area. The capitalisation process aims to build the coherent methodology and framework for institutional uptake of procedures and policies related to coastal governance in the partner’s regions and in the EU. Read more about COASTING.
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