Marine Spatial Planning Challenge 2011
© Dr. Igor Mayer i.s.mayer@tudelftnl
Faculty Technology, Policy and Management (TPM...
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MSP Challenge 2011

Simulation-game played at the joint HELCOM/VASAB, OSPAR and ICES
Workshop on Multi-Disciplinary Case S...
Objective OF the Game

Lisbon workshop
•

“contribute to the further development of (…) marine spatial planning (by) reinf...
Objective IN the game
“Make a (draft) integrated Marine/Maritime Spatial Plan (MSP): define its

planning horizon, indicat...
Actors/roles
Country
Green

• One sea The Sea of Colours

• Four countries Green, Blue, Yellow and Red
• Planners: Energy,...
The Sea of Colours

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Planners
• PLANNERS:

• in charge of the process of making a MSP
• responsible for delivering an MSP for their country at ...
Stakeholders
• BUSINESS:

• make sure their spatial claims are included in the MSP
• participate in the planning process

...
Stakeholders
• NGO’s:

• make sure their spatial claims are included in the MSP
• participate in the planning process

Cha...
POLICY ANALYISTS & SCIENTISTS

• POLICY ANALYISTS & SCIENTISTS:

• analyze the problems and take care of the information a...
Characters

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Background information

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Digital Map Tool
• 48 layers of information (water depth, wind
speed, fisheries, military use zones, …)

• 27 planning lay...
Digital Map Tool

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Game process

Preparation
process
design

Draft MSP

International
Conventions

Presentation
& discussion

Reflections
by ...
Game day

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Game day

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Game day

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Game day

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Game day

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Game day

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When?
Observation
number

Pre-game

In-game

O1

How?

•

Online survey

What?

•

Involvement in
MSP
Knowledge in
MSP
Inf...
Quantitative

Qualitative

1. The level of engagement of the
players in the game.
2. The influence attributed to each
Self...
Wind farms
Shellfish production…
Sand extraction
Restriction zones…
Restriction zones…
Port extensions

Country Blue
Count...
Measuring Policies in Real World

MSP Challenge 2011, TU-Delft, ministry I&M, ICES, OSPAR, HELCOM, VASPAP

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Measuring Policies in Real World

MSP Challenge 2011, TU-Delft, ministry I&M, ICES, OSPAR, HELCOM, VASPAP

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Measuring policies in a game

MSP Challenge 2011, TU-Delft, ministry I&M, ICES, OSPAR, HELCOM, VASPAP

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MSP process as experienced during the
game
Fig 12a Country Blue

Fig 12b Country Green

Fig 12c Country Red

Fig 12d Count...
Results - MSP Country Green

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Results - MSP Country Blue

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Results - MSP Country Yellow

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Results - MSP Country Red

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Results -

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Reflection
• “Did the ecosystem-based planning approach by country
make us think across boundaries from the beginning of t...
Demo’s

1. https://picasaweb.google.com/100564454999080811138/M
SPChallenge2011Lisbon24November2011?authkey=Gv1s
RgCI3Gn7H...
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  1. 1. Marine Spatial Planning Challenge 2011 © Dr. Igor Mayer i.s.mayer@tudelftnl Faculty Technology, Policy and Management (TPM) & Signature Games Delft University of technology, The Netherlands Challenge the future 1
  2. 2. Challenge the future 2
  3. 3. MSP Challenge 2011 Simulation-game played at the joint HELCOM/VASAB, OSPAR and ICES Workshop on Multi-Disciplinary Case Studies of MSP Lisbon 2–4 November 2011 Challenge the future 3
  4. 4. Objective OF the Game Lisbon workshop • “contribute to the further development of (…) marine spatial planning (by) reinforcing and extending existing networks and sharing knowledge and experience between scientists, managers and planners (…) test how (ICES, HELCOM, OSPAR, planning and scientific) data can be used in the development of an MSP plan (…)’ Game: The objective of the simulation-game is to contribute to the aforementioned international learning process on (Ecobased) MSP in particular regarding: • The underlying complexities of MSP: both ecological-technical and social political • The underlying regulatory principles and institutional frameworks of MSP • The joint development of (best) practices of MSP • The use of science, knowledge, data, methods and tools in MSP Challenge the future 4
  5. 5. Objective IN the game “Make a (draft) integrated Marine/Maritime Spatial Plan (MSP): define its planning horizon, indicate the various spatial functions and present a limited set of (inter)national policy guidelines that will enforce the MSP.” The policy report (two pages) also includes a brief description of the process which was followed and policy instruments which have been used.” The approved MSP of each country and the process that led to it, will be presented at the annual Regional Coloured Sea Convention (RCSC) on the 3rd of November 2011, 18.00h. Challenge the future 5
  6. 6. Actors/roles Country Green • One sea The Sea of Colours • Four countries Green, Blue, Yellow and Red • Planners: Energy, Fishing, Environment, Shipping, recreation • Business & NGO’s • Policy analysts / scientists • Journalists Country Red The Sea of Colours Country Blue • G.O.D Game overall director Country Yellow Challenge the future 6
  7. 7. The Sea of Colours Challenge the future 7
  8. 8. Planners • PLANNERS: • in charge of the process of making a MSP • responsible for delivering an MSP for their country at the end of the game • handle the content and substance of the plan and the stakeholder interaction process Challenge the future 8
  9. 9. Stakeholders • BUSINESS: • make sure their spatial claims are included in the MSP • participate in the planning process Challenge the future 9
  10. 10. Stakeholders • NGO’s: • make sure their spatial claims are included in the MSP • participate in the planning process Challenge the future 10
  11. 11. POLICY ANALYISTS & SCIENTISTS • POLICY ANALYISTS & SCIENTISTS: • analyze the problems and take care of the information and knowledge flows • know more than the other players, but also have their own bias and interests • do research, talk to GOD, get together in international science conference Challenge the future 11
  12. 12. Characters Challenge the future 12
  13. 13. Background information Challenge the future 13
  14. 14. Digital Map Tool • 48 layers of information (water depth, wind speed, fisheries, military use zones, …) • 27 planning layers (wind farms, MPA habitat, anchor places, …) …view information …share information …draw MSP plan Challenge the future 14
  15. 15. Digital Map Tool Challenge the future 15
  16. 16. Game process Preparation process design Draft MSP International Conventions Presentation & discussion Reflections by G.O.D. Exploration background information Formal and informal meetings Interaction & gameplay Final MSP Scoring & evaluation Challenge the future 16
  17. 17. Game day Challenge the future 17
  18. 18. Game day Challenge the future 18
  19. 19. Game day Challenge the future 19
  20. 20. Game day Challenge the future 20
  21. 21. Game day Challenge the future 21
  22. 22. Game day Challenge the future 22
  23. 23. When? Observation number Pre-game In-game O1 How? • Online survey What? • Involvement in MSP Knowledge in MSP Influence in MSP MSP in country 63 • Paper quest. O3 • Paper quest. O4 • Paper quest. O5 • O6 End of game debriefing Soc. Dem. • O2 Post-game • • Response Additional data gathering • • • • • MSP process • MSP process • Influence • 40 • 41 • • • • Game play Emotions 50 After action review • 41 • Online survey Analysis of maps Video registration – Observation – Data logging • 38 Challenge the future 23
  24. 24. Quantitative Qualitative 1. The level of engagement of the players in the game. 2. The influence attributed to each Self-reported by the participants stakeholder, by other stakeholders. 3. The quality of each of the four 1. The lessons and insights on the process and outcome reported during and after the game. MSPs as assessed by each stakeholder on ten criteria. 1. The observations on how the MSP process goes, by the game 1. The square nautical miles assigned Observed by the facilitators to the different spatial functions in the four MSPs. facilitators. 2. The quality of each of the four MSPs. 3. The overlap, conflicts, internal contradictions etc. between different spatial functions in or between MSPs. Challenge the future 24
  25. 25. Wind farms Shellfish production… Sand extraction Restriction zones… Restriction zones… Port extensions Country Blue Country Red Country Green Country Yellow Oil and gas platforms Oil and gas licensed… MPA total MPA (bird) Land reclammation… Dredge areas Blue energy Aggregate… 0.0 30.0 60.0 90.0 Challenge the future 25
  26. 26. Measuring Policies in Real World MSP Challenge 2011, TU-Delft, ministry I&M, ICES, OSPAR, HELCOM, VASPAP Challenge the future 26
  27. 27. Measuring Policies in Real World MSP Challenge 2011, TU-Delft, ministry I&M, ICES, OSPAR, HELCOM, VASPAP Challenge the future 27
  28. 28. Measuring policies in a game MSP Challenge 2011, TU-Delft, ministry I&M, ICES, OSPAR, HELCOM, VASPAP Challenge the future 28
  29. 29. MSP process as experienced during the game Fig 12a Country Blue Fig 12b Country Green Fig 12c Country Red Fig 12d Country Yellow Challenge the future 29
  30. 30. Results - MSP Country Green Challenge the future 30
  31. 31. Results - MSP Country Blue Challenge the future 31
  32. 32. Results - MSP Country Yellow Challenge the future 32
  33. 33. Results - MSP Country Red Challenge the future 33
  34. 34. Results - Challenge the future 34
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  36. 36. Reflection • “Did the ecosystem-based planning approach by country make us think across boundaries from the beginning of the planning process and, if so, did we run into constraints for planning from an ecological and/or economical/social perspective?” (from the post-action review) • Integrated transnational plans in relation to cumulative impacts: what do we define as a truly integrated maritime/marine spatial plan? One in which the effects on the marine environment, economics and society are fully captured before adoption? (from the post-action review) Challenge the future 36
  37. 37. Demo’s 1. https://picasaweb.google.com/100564454999080811138/M SPChallenge2011Lisbon24November2011?authkey=Gv1s RgCI3Gn7HmuNfxeg&feat=email 2. MSP game movie 3. PowerPoint Presentation Challenge the future 37

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