Dealing with competing spatial claims in deltas

With increasing world population and the global warming, the pressure on coastal areas increases. More and more space is needed to meet the demands for safety, food production, energy, recreation, housing, transport and nature. Seas and oceans are drivers for the economy and have great potential for innovation and growth.

Increasing production of seafood may sometimes conflict with other users of coastal areas. Especially in near shore areas this can be a major threshold for growth and innovation in the aquaculture sector. There is a need for new concepts in spatial planning how to combine functions in near shore areas. The Oosterschelde, located in the Southwestern Delta in the Netherlands, is an important shellfish production site. In this Living Lab new concepts of combining functions in technical, policy and administrative sense. A group of four students with technical and administrative background will work on this assignment

januari 1, 2018



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