Multi-layer governance performance of marine policies (PERMAGOV)
PERMAGOV sets out to achieve a more cross-cutting and agile arrangement between the current fragmented EU marine governance, by piloting a novel multi-level governance approach for various regional seas and national waters around Europe, targeting four areas of key importance to sustainable development: maritime transport, marine energy, marine life, and marine litter.
|Partnere||● Wageningen University, NL (Project coordinator)|
● Aalborg University, DK
● UiT The Arctic University of Norway, NO
● Research Institute for Sustainability – Helmholtz Centre Potsdam, DE
● The Finnish Environment Institute, FI
● LifeWatch ERIC, ES
● Nordic Folkecenter for Renewable Energy, DK
● European Shippers Council, BE
● WWF Italia, IT
● Plan Bleu, FR
● The Baltic Marine Environment Protection Commission – Helsinki Commission, FI
● Arctic Energy Partners, NO
● The Queen’s University of Belfast, UK
● 21c Consultancy, UK
● Celtic Sea Power, UK
|Periode:||1 January 2023 – 31 December 2026|
|Countries:||the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Germany, Finland, Spain, Belgium, Italy, France, UK|
|Funding:||Horizon Europe + UK Research and Innovation|
|Type or project:||Policy development|
PERMAGOV has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme HORIZON-CL6-2022-GOVERNANCE-01-03 under grant agreement No 101086297, and by UK Research and Innovation under the UK government’s Horizon Europe funding guarantee grant numbers 10045993, 10062097, 101086297. The material on this page represents the views of the PERMAGOV project only.
Nyt om projektet
- Havet er grænsen – nyt projekt for Folkecenteret!As you probably have read in our previous newsletter, Folkecenter is now part of a new European project called Permagov. After a first online kick-off meeting which took place in January, last week (21-23 March) we had the chance to join the official kick-off meeting, which took place in Wageningen (the Netherlands). It was very nice to be in presence again, after so long time collaborating online.
- EU marine governance gets a boost as new European research project sets sailEU marine governance must evolve to meet the goals and objectives established in the European Green Deal. A shift is needed from the current largely fragmented nature of marine governance toward a more cross-cutting and agile arrangement, one that is in sync with wider developments taking place at sea, at shores and on land. PERMAGOV, a recently launched Horizon Europe project, sets out to achieve that by piloting a novel multi-level governance approach for various regional seas and national waters around Europe, targeting four areas of key importance to sustainable development: maritime transport, marine energy, marine life, and marine litter.
- New Project for Folkecenter!We are happy to inform you that Folkecenter is now part of a new project, called “Multi-layer Governance Performance of Marine Policies” (PERMAGOV).