Impacts and Solutions for Increased Shipping in the Bering Strait

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Impacts and Solutions for Increased Shipping in the Bering Strait

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The Bering Strait is the narrow gateway between the Pacific and Arctic Oceans. The region is home to indigenous communities and supports a mass migration of marine species – including bowhead whales, walrus and millions of seabirds – twice a year. As sea ice recedes from this area and ship traffic increases, rules must be developed to promote safe shipping and minimize the inherent risks.

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