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      BACKGROUND

    Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) is a public process of analyzing and allocating the spatial and temporal distribution of human activities in marine areas to achieve ecological, economic and social objectives that have been specified through a political process. MSP is not an end in itself but a practical way to create and establish a more rational use of marine space and the interactions among its uses, to balance demands for development with the need to protect the environment, and to deliver social and economic outcomes in an open and planned way.

    With a view to implementing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and in particular the dedicated SDG 14, China Oceanic Development Foundation (CODF) set up a project in 2018 that aims to boost the development of blue economy through MSP. Since then, CODF has conducted the project in 18 countries, including Mozambique, Madagascar, Mauritius, Seychelles, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Thailand, Cambodia, Malaysia, Indonesia, Timor-Leste, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Antigua and Barbuda, Costa Rica, Guyana, and Panama. In 2019, CODF and the Pacific Islands Development Forum (PIDF) also concluded the Memorandum of Understanding on this project to assist the member countries of PIDF with their blue economy development.


      CONTENT

    With the theme of “Progressing Blue Economy through MSP: Opportunities for the Pacific”, this side-event will share the progress of CODF’s MSP Program in Small Island Developing States including the Republic of Fiji and invite relative government officials, scientists, entrepreneurs and stakeholders to discuss the comparative advantages of the South Pacific region as well as the investment plan, so as to sketch out a vision of MSP implementation and industrial layout in that region, attract entrepreneurs to participate in the compilation and implementation of MSP in the first place and promote their investment in PIDF member states.


    Progressing Blue Economy through Marine Spatial Planning (MSP): Opportunities for the Pacific

    Time: 9:00-12:00, 28 June 2022 Tuesday (UTC+1, Lisbon Time)

    Venue: Room 5 of Centro de Congressos de Lisboa
    (Address: PT Meeting Center, Rua do Bojador-Parque das Nacoes, 1998-010 Lisboa, Portugal)

    Time

    Programme

    Facilitator

    9:00-9:30

    Opening (30 minutes)

    1. Opening remarks by Hon. Josaia V. Bainimarama, Prime Minister of the Republic of Fiji

    2. Opening remarks by Hon. Hu’akavemeiliku Siaosi Sovaleni, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Tonga

    3. Opening remarks by Dr Zhang Zhanhai, Chief Engineer of the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR), the People's Republic of China

    Ms. Arpana Pratap,Director Blue Economy of PIDF

    9:30-9:40

    Coffee?Break

    9:40-11:00

    Penal?Discussion?(80?minutes)

    1. Keynote speech by Mr. Solo Mara, Secretary-General of Pacific Islands Development Forum (PIDF)

    2. Video speech by Mr. Pan Xinchun, Vice President & Secretary-General of China Oceanic Development Foundation (CODF)

    3. Speech by Barbière Julian from the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, UNESCO?

    4. Accelerate Marine Spatial Planning in the Western Pacific Area by Mr. Zhang Zhiwei, Professor from First Institute of Oceanography, MNR, the People’s Republic of China

    5. Speech by the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources?(DMCR) of Thailand

    6. Advancing Economic Development through Marine Spatial Planning by Ms. Li Yan, Director of the Maritime Silk Road Department of CODF

    7. Speech by the government of Netherlands (TBC)

    8. MSP Cooperation Project in Fiji by Mr. Liu Yulong, Senior Engineer from CCCC Water Transportation Consultants Co., Ltd., the People’s Republic of China

    11:00-12:00

    Closing?&?Networking?Session



      Organizer and Organizing Partners

    1. Pacific Islands Development Forum
    2. China Oceanic Development Foundation
    3. WESTPAC-IOC-UNESCO


      Scale and Invited Guests

    The side-event is expected to receive 70-100 people. Speakers include delegates from the main applicant and organizing partners, the representatives from the government, enterprises, scientific institutes, as well as international organizations will be invited to deliver speeches and comments, and other relevant parties will be invited to participate as appropriate.


      Contact

    1. Ms. Li Yan , +86 10 66518560, liyancodf@gmail.com
    2. Ms. Arpana Pratap, +679 990 7896, arpana.pratap@pidf.int


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