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SPEA is an Environmental not-for-profit organization whose mission is to support research and conservation of wild birds and their habitats, by promoting sustainable development for the benefit of future generations.
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Activity 1
- Project Management
Will be led by the lead partner (RSPB) and involve collaborative working between all partners to ensure the project is managed successfully. Actions will include setting up the project steering group and the project management group, as well as working groups for each of the other project Activities, ensuring coherence across the partnership in project delivery. The Project Manager, employed by the lead partner, will work with all the partners to ensure the timely and successful delivery of the project. The lead partner will be responsible for communications with the Joint Technical Secretariat (JTC).


 
Activity 2 – Gathering Data by Monitoring and Tracking Seabirds
Involves gathering evidence about the Atlantic marine environment through studying its biodiversity. The partners are focussing on seabirds as an indicator species for wider Atlantic marine biodiversity. Actions will include monitoring seabird colonies, electronic tracking of seabirds and direct observation of marine wildlife. The inclusion of partners from each of the member states means that seabird sites from across the Atlantic Area, from northern Scotland & Ireland to Portugal & Spain, can be studied. The scale of this work is unprecedented. Transnational and national analysis of this data as part of this Activity will provide the Atlantic coast region with the information it needs for informed decision making about the size and locations of MPAs to conserve the marine environment for future generations. This Activity will be led by LPO.

Activity 3 – Managing the Ma
rine Environment
Will use information from the data analysis in Activity 2 to make recommendations for the management of the Atlantic marine environment to protect its value for the future. Actions will include recommendations for the management of MPAs, recommendations on the designations of further MPAs and recommendations on how human interactions, for example windfarms and fisheries, can best be managed. To successfully deliver this Activity the partnership will engage with key stakeholders in the marine environment, including decision makers, conservation bodies and marine industry professionals, including those involved with offshore renewable energy generation and fisheries. This Activity will be led by SPEA.

Activity 4 – Communications
Will ensure that the project partnership communicates effectively with different audiences. A series of actions will focus on specific audiences: decision-makers, scientists and NGOs, the public and marine professionals. A range of appropriate communication methods will be used for each audience, including conferences, workshops, newsletters, the project website and scientific papers. The FAME partnership will also communicate with partnerships delivering other Priority 2 (Marine Environment and Renewable Energies) projects, to ensure the findings of this project can be shared with and considered by those also working to protect, secure and enhance the sustainability of the marine and coastal environment. This Activity will be led by the RSPB, the lead partner.


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