Looking for Safe Harbor in a Crowded Sea: Coastal Space Use Conflict and Marine Renewable Energy Development Public Deposited

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Presentation at The Coastal Society's 22nd International Conference titled "Shifting Shorelines: Adapting to the Future" held June 13-16 2010 in Wilmington, North Carolina. Official conference proceedings are available through The Coastal Society  www.thecoastalsociety.org

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  • Technological advances in the marine renewable energy industry and increased clarity about the leasing and licensing process are fostering development proposals in both state and federal waters. The ocean is becoming more industrialized and competition among all marine space users is developing (Buck et al. 2004). More spatial competition can lead to conflict between ocean users themselves, and to tensions that spill over to include other stakeholders and the general public (McGrath 2004). Such conflict can wind up in litigation, which is costly and takes agency time and financial resources away from other priorities. As proposals for marine renewable energy developments are evaluated, too often decision-makers lack the tools and information to properly account for the cumulative effects and the tradeoffs associated with alternative human uses of the ocean. This paper highlights the nature of marine space conflicts associated with marine renewable energy and describes key issues for the growth of the marine renewable energy sector in the United States.
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