Seascape Consultants offer a range of services to the offshore and marine sector focusing on sustainable solutions for environmental management and development. Established in 2010, we provide solutions and high-level advice to the rapidly developing offshore sector including industry, policymakers and regulatory bodies. Our expertise includes strategic environmental assessment, stakeholder consultation and engagement, ocean governance, and regulatory control. We also specialise in offshore survey including geohazard assessment, biodiversity assessment and habitat mapping. Marine governance and legislative advice is a key part of our portfolio with our senior partners enjoying well-established and productive relationships with stakeholders across the EU and internationally. We offer a complete solution in project management, coordination and support.

Latest news…

Seascape Consultants appointed to undertake first periodic review of the International Seabed Authority: On 29 January 2016, it was announced that Seascape Consultants have been commissioned to assist the ISA in its first periodic review of the manner in which the international regime for the Area has operated in practice, in line with Article 154 of UNCLOS. Read more

MSP Assistance Mechanism project awarded : A new project, funded by the EC’s DG Fisheries & Maritime Affairs and lead by consultancy firm S.Pro, is now underway to assist Member States with advice on technical issues related to the implementation of the MSP Directive. Seascape will provide expertise for a technical study on data needs and knowledge gaps for MSP, and will also provide regional support for MSP in the North Sea basin.

EMODnet conference takes Ostend by storm: The first EMODnet Open Conference, organised by the EMODnet Secretariat with support from VLIZ and DG MARE, took place in Ostend on 20 October 2015. The event provided a unique forum for the marine observation and data community to meet and discuss the many challenges and opportunities that lie ahead in the effective management of marine data. Read more

Keynote at MASTS 2015: On 29 September 2015, Phil Weaver presented a keynote address on “Deep-Sea Mining, Current Status, Potential Impacts and Knowledge Gaps” at the annual MASTS (Marine Alliance for Science & Technology for Scotland) meeting in Glasgow.

GOBI Secretariat at PMCE 2015: GOBI Secretariat members David Johnson and Vikki Gunn attended the Progress in Marine Conservation in Europe conference in Stralsund, Germany, where David presented a keynote address on “The global ocean process of identifying EBSAs: What now, what next?“. Read more

 

 

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