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Schuchardt, B., Bildstein, T., Lange, H., Lange, J., Pestke, S., Osthorst, W., Schirmer, M., Wille, D., Winter, G.. Wie wir gute IKZM-Praxis definieren: erste Ergebnisse des Forschungsvorhabens RETRO. In: Schernewski, G., Dolch, T. (eds.). Geographie der Meere und Küsten. Coastline Reports (1), pp. 153-162. 2004.


The interdisciplinary research project RETRO is supported within the framework of the "Research for sustainable coastal zone management" of the German Federal Ministry for Education and Re-search (BMBF). We are examining the legal framework and the practice based on it for the im-plementation of infrastructure projects in German coastal regions (North Sea and Baltic Sea) in terms of their "ICZM (Integrated Coastal Zone Management) suitability" by a retrospective analy-sis of 10 completed large-scale planning procedures. We assume that a number of ICZM requirements, such as those formulated for ICZM at the EU level, are already met through existing legislation and/or established practice, at least to a basic ex-tent. However, we presume that there are still numerous deficits regarding content and methodol-ogy. The analysis is conducted systematically according to a checklist which has been developed in a first project phase primarily on the basis of the ICZM strategy of the EU. The checklist intends to formulate good ICZM practice especially with regard to procedural aspects. In the ongoing work the checklist is used to identify the areas that currently already meet the requirements of ICZM as well as those in which deficits still exist.

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