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Planning for the Oceans of Tomorrow - Can Lessons Learned from Rhode Island...
Wed, 25 January 2017, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM AST
Free Public Event!
Planning for the Oceans of Tomorrow: Can lessons learned from Rhode Island be applied in Nova Scotia?
The Bay of Fundy is both an ecological treasure and an economic resource. How do we balance competing uses?
WWF-Canada and Dalhousie’s College of Sustainability invite you to a presentation and discussion exploring ocean planning challenges and opportunities.
The Bay of Fundy is rich in marine life, and has great cultural and economic significance. With many competing uses, managing marine resources can be tricky. How can we make the most of our oceans and manage potentially negative impacts?
When: January 25th, 2017 7:00-8:30 pm. Doors open at 6:30 pm.
Where: Dalhousie University, Potter Family Auditorium, Kenneth C. Rowe Management Building – 6100 University Ave, Halifax, NS
Introduction by Megan Leslie, VP Oceans – WWF-Canada
Presentations by the team that helped create the Rhode Island Ocean Special Area Management Plan:
Director of U.S. Coastal Programs at the University of Rhode Island Coastal Resources Center
Executive Director of the Rhode Island Coastal Resources Management Council
Aquaculture and Fisheries Coordinator of the Rhode Island Coastal Resources Management Council
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