Pew Outlines How NOAA Can Plan for Changing Oceans

Letter urges agency to use ecosystem-based approach to address threats to fisheries, habitats

Pew Outlines How NOAA Can Plan for Changing Oceans

On April 1, The Pew Charitable Trusts submitted a letter to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration recommending strategies to help the agency achieve its climate resilience goals for fisheries and protected species. The letter encouraged NOAA to advance comprehensive, ecosystem-based resource management, using the best available science, to help endangered species recover and to ensure sustainable fisheries and healthy coastal and marine habitats in the face of a rapidly changing ocean environment.

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