International Progress in Marine Spatial Planning

International Progress in Marine Spatial Planning Coastal and Stephen Jay,a Wesley Flannery,b Joanna Vince,c Wen-Hong Liu,d Julia Guifang Xue,e Magdalena Matczak,f Jacek Zaucha,f Holger Janssen,g Jan van Tatenhove,h Hilde Toonen,h Andrea Morf,i Erik Olsen,j Juan Luis Suárez de Vivero,k Juan Carlos Rodríguez Mateos,k Helena Calado,l John Duffm and Hanna Deanm aUniversity of Liverpool, UK; bNational University of Ireland Galway, Ireland; cUniversity of Tasmania, Australia; dNational Kaohsiung University, Taiwan; eOcean University of China, Qingdao, China; fMaritime Institute, Gdask, Poland; gLeibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research, Germany; hWageningen University, The Netherlands; iSwedish Institute for the Marine Environment, Sweden; jInstitute of Marine Research, Norway; kUniversity of Seville, Spain; lUniversity of the Azores, Portugal; mUniversity of Massachusetts, USA INTRODUCTION In June 2012, the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, commonly referred to as Rio+20, took place in Rio de Janeiro. Rio+20 marked the 20th anniversary of the first Earth Summit, the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in Rio de Janeiro, and the 10th anniversary of the second Earth Summit, the 2002 World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) in Johannesburg. Integrated marine governance was a key issue at all three summits. At UNCED, the states adopted Agenda 21, which emphasized the adoption of a holistic, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ocean Yearbook Online Brill

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Coastal and Stephen Jay,a Wesley Flannery,b Joanna Vince,c Wen-Hong Liu,d Julia Guifang Xue,e Magdalena Matczak,f Jacek Zaucha,f Holger Janssen,g Jan van Tatenhove,h Hilde Toonen,h Andrea Morf,i Erik Olsen,j Juan Luis Suárez de Vivero,k Juan Carlos Rodríguez Mateos,k Helena Calado,l John Duffm and Hanna Deanm aUniversity of Liverpool, UK; bNational University of Ireland Galway, Ireland; cUniversity of Tasmania, Australia; dNational Kaohsiung University, Taiwan; eOcean University of China, Qingdao, China; fMaritime Institute, Gdask, Poland; gLeibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research, Germany; hWageningen University, The Netherlands; iSwedish Institute for the Marine Environment, Sweden; jInstitute of Marine Research, Norway; kUniversity of Seville, Spain; lUniversity of the Azores, Portugal; mUniversity of Massachusetts, USA INTRODUCTION In June 2012, the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, commonly referred to as Rio+20, took place in Rio de Janeiro. Rio+20 marked the 20th anniversary of the first Earth Summit, the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in Rio de Janeiro, and the 10th anniversary of the second Earth Summit, the 2002 World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) in Johannesburg. Integrated marine governance was a key issue at all three summits. At UNCED, the states adopted Agenda 21, which emphasized the adoption of a holistic,

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