Posts Tagged ‘legislation’
UAF student Maggie Chan awarded marine policy fellowship in DC
Maggie Chan, graduate student at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, will head to Washington, DC, next year as a Knauss Marine Policy Fellow. She is in a select group nominated by Sea Grant programs nationwide who will start their fellowships in February 2018, and continues the recent success of Knauss applicants from Alaska.Read More
To list or not to list. The battle continues over the Pacific walrus.
Our Nome-based Marine Advisory agent Gay Sheffield stopped by the studios of KNOM-FM recently to discuss the federal government’s decision not to grant protections to the Pacific walrus under the Endangered Species Act. “Listing the walrus isn’t going to bring the sea ice back,” she said. Listen to the full interview here.Read More
Sea Grant Knauss Fellow brings science to Arctic legislation
There is a huge need for interaction between scientists and policy-makers, says Sea Grant Knauss Fellow Charlotte Regula-Whitefield. A scientist benefits from knowing the law process and how to reach people in a political bubble, and she’s learning the skills in DC.Read More