Moderator: Francesca Adrienne
Government of Seychelles/ Department of Blue Economy
This plenary of one hour will present the status of marine spatial planning in 3 different countries using the 10 methodological steps proposed by IOC-UNESCO.
Ms Adrienne is a GIS Specialist with more than 20 years’ experience in the geographical and information science with a focus on data and database management, programming and automation, cartography and map making. She has worked in different industries and with different technologies such as land and asset management, survey and cadastral, maritime boundary delimitation, data and database management, disaster and emergency management, fire and safety, emergency rescue, and community safety.
Since 2011, member of research projects looking for generation of bases for a national strategy in MSP, and training projects with the Ministry of Housing Territorial Planning and Environment. Currently, the C-MCISur with several government ministries are part of the working group looking for OTGA in the southern cone.
Larisa Danilova graduated from the Voznesensky Institute of Finance and Economics as an economist and joined MSP-relate activities in 2013 after the completion of the MSP Course for professionals organized by the Maritime Institute in Gdansk and Åbo Akademi University. Mrs. Danilova took part in the development of the Russian MSP tools (2012) and a number of national and international MSP projects in Baltic and Barents Sea Regions. She is a deputy director of The Scientific and Research Institute of Maritime Spatial Planning Ermak NorthWest (ErmakNW), St. Petersburg, Russia, member of the HELCOM-VASAB MSP Working group and Baltic Sea Region MSP Data Expert Sub-group, member of the Black Sea Blue Growth Initiative WG. In the framework of the new Interreg Baltic Platform project Capacity4MSP Larisa Danilova is taking part in the development of the Russian MSP Road Map for the Baltic Sea.
Chair of the Japanese National Committee for IOC (2018-), Vice Chair of IOC (2011-2015), Co-Chair of IODE (2015-2019). Secretary General of Japanese Society of Marine Policy (2017-)
Pan Baltic Scope brings together national authorities and regional organizations towards coherent national maritime planning in the Baltic Sea region and enhances the lasting macro-regional mechanisms for cross-border MSP cooperation.