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Accelerating Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning in the U.S.

Delivering a high-quality CMSP training to coastal managers across the United States.

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Why Participate?


  • Learn the CMSP process through a proven course with modules tailored to your region
  • Engage with other coastal managers in your region to build a peer-to-peer network
  • Accelerate CMSP implementation by learning about case studies in your region, in the U.S., and abroad
  • Build necessary skills for cross-agency collaboration and stakeholder outreach

 

News & Updates

World Heritage Centre News
Director-General condemns attack on Emmanuel de Merode, Director of the Virunga National Park
The Loire Valley: view from the train
Director-General offers UNESCO's support for Chile in the face of devastating fires in Valparaiso
The first stage in the rehabilitation of cultural heritage of Timbuktu (Mali) is complete
'Managing Cultural World Heritage' reference manual published in French

White House.gov Blog Feed: National Ocean Council
A Guide for Regional Marine Planning
A Snapshot of Our Nation?s Scientific Ocean Vessels
What People Are Saying About the Oceans Plan
Admiral James D. Watkins, USN (ret.) (1927 ? 2012) ? Champion of Ocean Policy
Valuable Support for Maritime Industries

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Locations for 2014 will be announced soon. Register below to receive updates and invitations to attend CMSP-Advancement Training in your region.

CMSP-AT is designed for all Coastal Decision Makers. This engaging and successful training includes a core curriculum in CMSP, regional-specific modules, and collaborating with other coastal managers in your region.

 

 

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New Training Events 2014


The CMSP-AT team is preparing for 2014 and beyond! After a series of successful training events in 2013, CMSP-Advancement Training will be available again in 2014.

Please contact us if you are interested in bringing CMSP-Advancement Training to your U.S. region. Keep watching this space, and register for updates as we announce our plans for 2014.