D9 as a first deliverable of WP3 is an EU-wide inventory and screening of ‘best practices, successes and lessons learned’ from twelve study regions other than the COASTAL case studies in order to create an inventory of innovative and inspiring examples.
COASTAL coordinator Jean-Luc de Kok was invited to the project meeting of the H2020 fellow project ROBUST (20-22 May 2019, Helsinki) to present COASTAL progress and discuss strategy for cooperation between the two projects.
Members of the SINTEF team (Sepideh Jafarzadeh and Magnus Myhre) travelled to Bordeaux, France the 26th of February to have a workshop with representatives from partner IRSTEA for three days. During the meeting, all the stakeholder workshops from the French case area were condensed into causal loop diagrams, with overlapping variables from the workshops highlighted and later used to merge the workshop CLDs into a comprehensive case study diagram that included all the workshop results.
Deliverable D6 Data and Model Inventory is submitted to the EC.
Prepared by partners from HCMR (Greece), SU (Sweden), VITO (BE), CSIC (Spain), VLM (BE), POM (BE), VLIZ (BE), NIMRD (Romania), IRSTEA (France) this deliverable from WP2 is an inventory of the necessary data and models that are needed to transform concepts into model parameters for the system dynamic models.
ICRE8 was happy to welcome its COASTAL’s partners to Athens, Greece in January 2019 to work on developing causal loop diagrams from the mental models developed during the six workshops with stakeholders for Work Package 1.
Deliverable D3 Sectoral Analysis of Coastal and Rural Development is submitted to the EC.
This deliverable from WP1 reports on results from six case areas of the COASTAL project, where workshops took place in M3-9 of the project period (Task 1.1 Sectoral Analysis of Coastal & Rural Development of WP1).
Deliverable D12 Model Scope and Feedback Structure is submitted to the EC.
Prepared by VITO (Belgium) with contributions from the partners VITO (BE), HCMR (GR), SU (SE), IRSTEA (FR), INCDM(RO), ICEADR (RO), CSIC (ES) this deliverable from WP4 provides an overview of the problem scope and feedback mechanisms in the context of land-sea interaction for the six case studies (multi-actor labs).
The National Institute for Marine Research and Development “Grigore Antipa” of Constanta marks the celebration of the International Black Sea Day by organizing three workshops, on 30 and 31 October 2018, in the framework of the European Horizon 2020 Project COASTAL (Collaborative Land-Sea Integration Platformea), with the themes “Blue Growth”, “Fisheries and aquaculture” and “Tourism”.
COASTAL project coordinator, Jean-Luc De Kok attended the kick-off meeting of the H2020 co-funded project WASTE FEW ULL on 12 October at Bath University (UK), and gave a presentation on the COASTAL approach.