Coordinated by the Forward Studies Unit for the Maritime Peripheries within
the Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions of Europe (CPMR), the "Europe of the Sea" project includes 5 areas of consideration. CRPM - Peripheral Maritime Regions in Europe
Sustainable development of the sea within the CPMR, will try to answer, mainly thanks to an analysis of the main tools available :
When implementing all these initiatives with their twofold "maritime" and "sustainable development" dimension. Sustainable development of the sea - Europe EU policy of the sea and maritim regions of Europe brings strategies with a twofold dimension ("the Sea" and "sustainable development"): How can they be interconnected with other political levels ? What real role is there for Regions in their implementation ?
European regions cooperation
The European regions cooperation in Europe. As coastal authorities, we are delighted that Europe-wide consultation has been launched on EU maritime policy European maritime economy purpose. At present, there is no definition of European maritime activity?. Maritime and sea policy of de EU
The European maritime strategy aims to lay the foundations of a European database on the maritime economy
Being located along Europe’s shoreline brings both advantages and specific difficulties, about 150 Regions have come together to form the Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions of Europe (CPMR).
They are from 28 countries and represent almost 200 million people. They work together to ensure that EU institutions and national governments take account of their common interests, and cooperate on practical projects in order to enhance their assets.
At the kind invitation of Mr Enrico Rossi, President of Tuscany Region and Vice-President of the CPMR, the next CPMR General Assembly will be held in Florence (Tuscany, Italy) on the 4th (afternoon), 5th and 6th November 2015.