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2011 marks the Sixth year of the annual Sustainable Shipping Conference, which leads the way in debating the next big issues within the industry, while focusing on the realities and practicalities of ...

2011 marks the Sixth year of the annual Sustainable Shipping Conference, which leads the way in debating the next big issues within the industry, while focusing on the realities and practicalities of shipping.

Those involved in the industry have seen the conference evolve as issues of climate change have increasingly come to the fore, placing increasing pressure on the sector to reduce its carbon footprint.

Following on from the 2010 conference held in Miami, which took the issue of sustainability beyond just environmental issues to encompass the wider implications of shipping's life cycle performance, the Sustainable Shipping Conference 2011 will look to allay the fears of the industry by focusing on how collaboration can provide an advantageous and positive experience in meeting impending regulations.

Session 5: Marine Spatial Planning
Hear the realities of Marine spatial planning (MSP) and the efforts being made to ensure that industries are proactively minimizing the conflicts in seeking to utilise the same sea area and an overall more sustainable approach.
09:30 MSP - What it is and what it means to the shipping industry
Paul Holtus, Executive Director, World Ocean Council
09:50 Realities of MSP
Patrick Marshall, Consulting Economic Developer, Capital EDC Economic Development Company
10:10 Proactive efforts for a sustainable future
Kaity Stein, Secretary General, International Ship Owners Alliance
10:30 Art Sterritt, First Nation Marine Planning on BC Coast - Coastal First Nations - Great Bear Initatives

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Sustainable Shipping Capital EDC October 2011 v2 [compatibility mode] Sustainable Shipping Capital EDC October 2011 v2 [compatibility mode] Document Transcript

  • Capital EDC Economic Development Company 10/12/2011 sustainableshipping Vancouver Edition 2011 Patrick Nelson Marshall BES SURP UWaterloo Economic DeveloperSustainable Shipping Vancouver 2011 1
  • Capital EDC Economic Development Company 10/12/2011 GET CERTIFIEDSustainable Shipping Vancouver 2011 2
  • Capital EDC Economic Development Company 10/12/2011Sustainable Shipping Vancouver 2011 3
  • Capital EDC Economic Development Company 10/12/2011 Resource Extraction &  Manufacturing &  Retail Service  Government Non Government  Harvest Processing Commerce [NGO’s] Harvest it Make it Service it Regulate it Volunteer for it Resource Extraction &  Manufacturing &  Retail Service  Government Non Government  Harvest Processing Commerce [NGO’s] Harvest it Make it Service it Regulate it Volunteer for it Capture Commercial  BC Ferries Construction Cruise Ship Spending British Columbia Environmental Non‐ Fisheries $101,000,000 $270,000,000 $153,000,000 Government Organizations $364,000,000 Boat Building Cruise Ship Supply Chain CANADA $39,000,000 Farmed Fisheries $198,000,000 $390,000,000 $854,000,000 $336,000,000 DND Construction Ferry Services Universities & Colleges,  Forestry & Logging $55,000,000 $446,000,000 Research $107,000,000 FOC Construction Ocean Tech Service $60,000,000 ___ $27,000,000 $625,000,000 Ocean Tech Manufacturing Other Commercial Offshore Oil Scenario $500,000,000  $2,433,000,000 $94,830,000,000 Ports Construction Other Service Offshore Gas Scenario $33,000,000 $840,000,000  $42,140,000,000 Seafood Processing Saltwater Angling Wind Energy Scenario $502,000,000 $642,000,000 $12,590,000,000 Ship Building & Repair Seafood Retail 200,000,000 $178,000,000 Wood Manufacturing Shipping and Support $176,000,000 $2,100,000,000 Source: CANADA BC Ocean Coordinating Committee  GSGislaisen Report 2007 | 2005 Baseline Data for ComparisonSustainable Shipping Vancouver 2011 4
  • Capital EDC Economic Development Company 10/12/2011 Charles N. Ehler’s Steps of Marine Spatial Planning Step 1 Defining Context and Authority Step 2 Obtaining Financial Support Step 3 Organizing Stakeholder Participation Step 4 Organizing the Process Through Pre-Planning Step 5 Analyzing Current Conditions Step 6 Analyzing Future Conditions Step 7 Developing the Spatial Plan Step 8 Implementing and Enforcing the Plans Step 9 Monitoring and Evaluating Performance Step 10 Adapting the Spatial Planning Process Charles N. Ehler’s 7 Myths of MSP • MSP is the same as “ocean zoning” • MSP replaces single-sector management • MSP only works from the “top down” • MSP is a “master plan” or “blueprint” • MSP is the same as MPA management • MSP is only marine mapping • MSP is too expensive 04 March 2010 Seaweb Press Briefing Washington DC USASustainable Shipping Vancouver 2011 5
  • Capital EDC Economic Development Company 10/12/2011 Patrick Marshall’s 7 Myths of MSP • MSP will solve the 5% of bad operators • MSP is about conflicts in use • MSP solves ocean & marinespace issues • MSP is more than software • MSP is about other agenda’s • MSP doesn’t matter who pays for it • MSP is transparent October 2011 Sustainable Shipping Conference Vancouver British Columbia CANADA ENVIRONMENT SOCIAL ECONOMICSustainable Shipping Vancouver 2011 6
  • Capital EDC Economic Development Company 10/12/2011 ABORIGINAL LOCAL &  GOVERNANCE REGIONAL ENVIRONMENT GOVERNANCE SOCIAL ECONOMIC UNESCO GOVERNANC FEDERAL GOVERNANCE PROVINCIAL GOVERNANCE Responsible not TransparentSustainable Shipping Vancouver 2011 7
  • Capital EDC Economic Development Company 10/12/2011Sustainable Shipping Vancouver 2011 8
  • Capital EDC Economic Development Company 10/12/2011 The word government is from a Greek word, which means “to steer.” The job of government is to steer, not to row the boat. Delivering services is rowing, and government is not very good at rowing. E.S. Savas Do less better Be strategic Be subtle Be unorthodox Have plenty of allies Understand human nature Win without fighting Take the long view Byng GiraudSustainable Shipping Vancouver 2011 9
  • Capital EDC Economic Development Company 10/12/2011 Ive learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. Maya Angelou (April 14th 1924 – ) is an American autobiographer and poet who has been called "Americas most visible black female autobiographer"Sustainable Shipping Vancouver 2011 10