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Shipping in the Bering Strait Region
Challenges and Solutions in the Era of Climate Change
A slow moving ship through ice floes.
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The bow of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Healy in the Beaufort Sea, northeast of Barrow, Alaska.
Improving shipping safety will help protect the Bering Strait for future generations.”
© Get Credit! — Janis Searles Jones, CEO Ocean Conservancy
Container ship on sea ice.
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The Bering Strait is a place like nowhere else on Earth — and it's worth protecting.
Tell decision-makers to protect the Bering Strait’s incomparable marine wildlife from increasing shipping.
This Web Story is funded in part by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.
Support for the research in this project was provided by the Pew Fellows Program in Marine Conservation at The Pew Charitable Trusts.
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