The CMPP will be running three MSP challenge game sessions in July. These events are an introduction to marine planning, where you can find out more about the CMPP and have a go at being a marine planner! To find out more about the events and to register, please click on the links below.
- Tuesday 4 July, 18.30 – 21.30, Riverside Museum, Glasgow
- Wednesday 5 July, 18.30-21.30, Arran High School, Lamlash
- Friday 7 July, 18.30-21.30, Royal West of Scotland Amateur Boat Club, Greenock
See a selection of photos from MSP Challenge events in May below.
|15.10.2016||FSC Millport||10.30-15.30||Marine Spatial Planning Challenge game tester session with University of Glasgow.|
|26.11.2016||FSC Millport||10.30-15.30||Marine litter open event examining status of the issue and policy options.|
|Oct/Nov 2016||Phone||Appointment only||Individual phone interviews to ascertain key interest areas for Clyde 2020 stakeholders.|
|20.10.2016||MASTS ASM, Glasgow||All day||Open session examining latest scientific findings relating to the Clyde ecosystem.|
|23.05.2017||Lochgilphead Community Centre||12.30-14.00||Marine Spatial Planning challenge introductory game – open session.|
|23.05.2017||Arrochar Three Villages Hall||19.30-21.00||Marine Spatial Planning challenge introductory game – open session.|
|24.05.2017||West of Scotland College, Greenock||11.00-12.30||Marine Spatial Planning challenge introductory game – open session.|
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