Trump's proposed offshore drilling plan: What does it mean for MPAs and MSP?
The Skimmer & MPA News
Latest News and Resources for Ocean Planners and Managers for the month of March 2018.
By Tundi Agardy, Contributing Editor, MEAM. Email: tundiagardy [at] earthlink.net
In a very short time, the story of the Arctic has seemed to morph from a case study in international law that only a policy wonk could love to a sobering story of a dystopian future. As the ice recedes and access to the riches of the pole opens up, Arctic nations are clamoring to secure rights and wield new technologies in shipping and oil and gas exploration and extraction that will promote short term profitability while likely threatening long term sustainability. Environmental conditions, and their rapid rate of change, have turned a laboratory for negotiation and cooperation into the Wild West.
MEAM is doing a major expansion of its Training Opportunities page and will roll the new resource out in the April newsletter. We are looking for short courses, graduate programs, tools trainings, elementary/secondary/university-level resources, and other miscellaneous opportunities such as video trainings and interactive games related to marine conservation and management for possible inclusion in the compilation. If you have any suggestions for us, please send them to meam [at] openchannels.org at any time. Thank you so much for sharing your expertise and helping to build this unique and valuable resource!
All about insurance for the oceans
A new way to frame ecosystem services for the oceans.
Latest News and Resources for Ocean Planners and Managers for February 2018.
Radical MSP can solve social and environmental problems.
A few more wrap-up announcements from MEAM.
How genetic analysis can be used in marine conservation and management