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Governance analysis of MPAs in the Belgian part of the North Sea
Pecceu, E.; Hostens, K.; Maes, F. (2016). Governance analysis of MPAs in the Belgian part of the North Sea. Mar. Policy 71: 265-274. https://hdl.handle.net/10.1016/j.marpol.2015.12.017
In: Marine Policy. Pergamon: Guildford. ISSN 0308-597X, meer
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    Marine spatial planning; Governance; N2000 MPAs; Multi-level Government

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Abstract
    The Belgian MPA designation process started in 1999, a journey that was characterized by several conflicts related to the multi-level government system in Belgium and obstacles, e.g. the de-designation of the Special Area of Conservation (SAC) 'Vlakte van de Raan' in 2008. On the other hand a number of successful events could be noted as well, e.g. the designation of three Special Protection Areas (SPAs) in 2005 in front of the three marine harbors, and the extension of the SAC 'Trapegeer-Stroombank' (designated in 2005) to an area >30% of the BPNS surface in 2012 (now renamed to SAC 'Vlaamse Banken'). The most important aspects that contributed to the successful designation of these MPAs in the BPNS were (1) the appointment of a minister of the North Sea in 2003 (and 2011), who was dedicated and specifically mandated to coordinate all federal North Sea matters (thus excluding fisheries); (2) the growing awareness of the need for nature conservation through different EU Directives (e.g. Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD)); and (3) the level of stakeholder and public involvement, especially focusing on transparency throughout the process.

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