CHOW Day 2 Closes with Discussions of Global Policy Inclusivity

CHOW Day 2 Closes with Discussions of Global Policy Inclusivity

by Amy Lupica, ODP Staff Writer Today marks the last day of Capitol Hill Ocean Week. Don’t miss today’s talks on justice and equity as well as the CHOW Closing Plenary. Yesterday, experts got busy discussing international policy, inclusivity, and uplifting communities. Global ocean policy will play a significant role in halting catastrophic temperature rise, but we must […]

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Capitol Hill Ocean Week Continues with Talks on Food Security, Environmental Justice

Capitol Hill Ocean Week Continues with Talks on Food Security, Environmental Justice

by Amy Lupica, ODP Staff Writer Capitol Hill Ocean Week is in full swing, and panelists from the government, private sector, and nonprofits are bringing their expertise to discuss significant issues facing our oceans and coastal communities. Yesterday, food security and justice were on the table, and panelists dove into incorporating traditional fisheries management strategies […]

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The Week Ahead: June 3-7

The Week Ahead: June 3-7

Happy Monday, Friends of the Planet!  Summer is now in full swing, and Congress is back in town after a week-long district work period.  Here is what is happening, for your situational awareness. On The Hill:  The House Natural Resources Committee has hearings on National Parks and Public Lands and on Indigenous Peoples on Wednesday.  […]

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