Environmental and Socioeconomic Sensitivity Workshop
The Environmental and Socioeconomic Sensitivity Workshop was initially held on 29-30 April 2013 and completed on 9-10 October 2013, in Brussels, Belgium.
The key objectives of the seminar were: "The workshop will establish common criteria and qualitative descriptors to measure the potential impact of mineral oil and hazardous and noxious substances pollution upon the coastline of the Bonn Agreement area".
The following products were agreed or developed at the meeting:
- Welcome and Introduction (MUMM)
- Step 1a - Proposed Selection of Sensitive Ecological Features (MUMM/RBINS)
- Step 1b - Socioeconomic Feature Selection (MUMM/RBINS)
- Step 2 - Proposal of Common Ranking Approach Based on BRISK (MUMM/RBINS)
- Introduction to the BE-AWARE Project (Bonn Secretariat)
- Introduction - BE-AWARE Task F - 'Sensitivity Analysis' (MUMM)
- Step 2 - Proposal of Common Ranking Approach Based on BRISK (MUMM)
- Step 3 - Development of Integrated Vulnerability Maps (MUMM/RBINS)
- Sensitivity Mapping - Discussion of some key aspects of the methodology applied in the Norwegian Environmental Risk Assessment (Kystverket)
- Socioeconomic Feature Selection: Tourism (MUMM/RBINS)