UNH Expert Speaks at Press Conference on Pew Oceans Commission Report:
Blueprint for restoring ocean wildlife and coast
By Sharon Keeler
UNH News Bureau
June 5, 2003
Press conference to unveil Pew Oceans Commission report, "America's
Living Oceans: Charting a Course for Sea Change." The report is the
first review of U.S. ocean management in more than 30 years; scientists,
fishermen, government and business officials call for sweeping reforms
Tuesday, June 10, 2003, 2:30 p.m.
Seacoast Science Center, Rye, N.H.
Andy Rosenberg, Dean of the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture at
the University of New Hampshire and a member of the U.S. Commission on
Wendy Lull, President, Seacoast Science Center
Jan Pendlebury, Director, NH Chapter, National Environmental Trust
Dave Kellam, Project Assistant, NH Estuaries Project
Citing the continuing decline in the abundance of ocean wildlife and the
collapse of marine systems, an 18-member commission with members from
the worlds of science, fishing, conservation, government and business
recommend sweeping reforms to U.S. ocean management. The report presents
solutions for restoring ocean wildlife, preserving coastal habitat, cleaning
coastal waters and reforming ocean governance.
Copies of the report and supporting materials are available online at
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