Advancing marine conservation in European and contiguous seas with the MarCons Action

Stelios Katsanevakis 1 Peter Mackelworth 2 Marta Coll 3 Simonetta Fraschetti 4 Vesna Mačić 5 Sylvaine Giakoumi 6 Peter Jones 7 Noam Levin 8 Paolo Albano 9 Fabio Badalamenti 10 Ruth Brennan 11 Joachim Claudet 12, 13 Dubravko Culibrk 14 Giovanni D'Anna 15 Alan Deidun 16 Athanasios Evagelopoulos 1 José García-Charton 17 David Goldsborough 18, 19 Draško Holcer 20, 2 Carlo Jimenez Salit Kark 21 Thomas Sørensen 22 Bojan Lazar 23 Georg Martin 24 Antonios Mazaris 25 Fiorenza Micheli 26 E.J. Milner-Gulland 27 Carlo Pipitone 28 Michelle Portman 11 Fabio Pranovi 29 Gil Rilov 30 Robert Smith 31 Vanessa Stelzenmüller 32 Ioannis Vogiatzakis 33 Gidon Winters 34
27 Departement of Life sciences
Imperial College London
Abstract : Cumulative human impacts have led to the degradation of marine ecosystems and the decline of biodiversity in the European and contiguous seas. Effective conservation measures are urgently needed to reverse these trends. Conservation must entail societal choices, underpinned by human values and worldviews that differ between the countries bordering these seas. Social, economic and political heterogeneity adds to the challenge of balancing conservation with sustainable use of the seas. Comprehensive macro-regional coordination is needed to ensure effective conservation of marine ecosystems and biodiversity of this region. Under the European Union Horizon 2020 framework programme, the MarCons COST action aims to promote collaborative research to support marine management, conservation planning and policy development. This will be achieved by developing novel methods and tools to close knowledge gaps and advance marine conservation science. This action will provide support for the development of macro- regional and national policies through six key actions: to develop tools to analyse cumulative human impacts; to identify critical scientific and technical gaps in conservation efforts; to improve the resilience of the marine environment to global change and biological invasions; to develop frameworks for integrated conservation planning across terrestrial, freshwater, and marine environments; to coordinate marine conservation policy across national boundaries; and to identify effective governance approaches for marine protected area management. Achieving the objectives of these actions will facilitate the integration of marine conservation policy into macro-regional maritime spatial planning agendas for the European and contiguous seas, thereby offsetting the loss of biodiversity and ecosystem services in this region.
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Stelios Katsanevakis, Peter Mackelworth, Marta Coll, Simonetta Fraschetti, Vesna Mačić, et al.. Advancing marine conservation in European and contiguous seas with the MarCons Action. Research Ideas and Outcomes, 2017, 3, 〈10.3897/rio.3.e11884〉. 〈hal-01474085〉

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