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MWMC Annual Conference: Environmental Justice in a Time of Climate Change

December 2 - December 3

The Maryland Water Monitoring Council (MWMC)  is pleased to announce its 27th Annual Conference, Environmental Justice in a Time of Climate Change, on December 2-3, 2021. This virtual conference will explore themes relating to a more equitable application of strategies across communities to address the shift to a new climatic normal and… SEE MORE

Online - Fire Safety in the Marina and Boatyard Presented by AMI

December 7 @ 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Fire Safety in the Marina and Boatyard December 7, 2021, Noon – 1:00 PM EST Kimberly Finley, SVP Marine Facilities Industry Practice Leader at CHUBB Insurance, joins AMI to discuss Fire Safety in the Marina and Boatyard SEE MORE

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Gear Recycling Reaches Milestone in Commercial Fishing Communities

12/1/2021 by US Harbors

By Laine Welch. More than a million pounds of old fishing nets and lines from Alaska have made it to recycling markets so far, where they are remade into plastic pellets and fibers. The milestone was reached with a recent haul of nets from Dutch Harbor, and more are already… SEE MORE

https://www.westcoast.fisheries.noaa.gov

NOAA Considers Marine Sanctuary off Hawaiian Islands

11/30/2021 by US Harbors

NOAA announced it is initiating the process to consider designating the marine portions of Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument as a national marine sanctuary. This designation would build on existing management in the marine portions of the monument by adding the conservation benefits and enhanced long-term protection of a national marine sanctuary.… SEE MORE

Climate Change Is Driving Some Albatrosses to ‘Divorce,’ Study Finds

11/29/2021 by US Harbors

By Natasha Frost. Warming oceans are sending the monogamous sea birds farther afield to find food, putting stress on their breeding and prompting some to ditch their partners. Albatrosses usually mate for life, making them among the most monogamous creatures on the planet. But climate change may be driving more… SEE MORE

San Francisco Bay Area -- Image by David Mark.Image by David Mark. License free on Pixabay. https://pixabay.com/photos/san-francisco-california-city-143983/

Multiple Downtown SF Skyscrapers Are Causing Entire Area to Slowly Sink

11/27/2021 by US Harbors

Much media attention has been lavished on the tilting and sinking Millennium Tower, a fix for which remains in the works. But the building's situation has perhaps brought attention to the fact that heavy buildings clustered in an area atop landfill and bay mud — an area of reclaimed land… SEE MORE

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