The Council is holding a two-day Climate Scenarios Workshop on Wednesday, June 5th and Thursday, June 6th in conjunction with the Council’s June meeting in Kodiak, AK. The workshop will explore ideas for improving the climate resiliency and readiness of all federally managed fisheries under the Council’s jurisdiction in the Gulf of Alaska, the Bering Sea, and the Aleutian Islands. The workshop is intended to generate ideas for the Council’s future consideration and no decisions or actions will be taken during the workshop sessions.
This workshop is built into the Council meeting schedule but is not part of the formally convened Council, Advisory Panel (AP), and Scientific and Statistical Committee (SSC) sessions. The workshop does not overlap with other scheduled sessions and Council, SSC, and AP members as well as interested members of the public will be able to attend.
The Council encourages stakeholders to be active participants in the meeting. There will be options for both in-person and online participation. The Council is unable to provide travel support. Plenary sessions will be broadcast, and the workshop will include virtual breakout sessions. Participants will be asked to register in advance so we can plan accordingly.
Additional information about the workshop objectives, agenda, and registration will be available this spring.
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