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Sarah Garcia commented on Kristen Grant's blog post Implicating waterfronts in regional sustainability
"Kristen,  This looks very interesting, but those of us not in a university only have access to the abstract.  If there is a copy published elsewhere, that would be terrific. Best, Sarah Garcia"
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Staying Afloat: Adapting Waterfront Businesses to Rising Seas and Extreme Storms at Salve Regina University

December 10, 2014 from 8:30am to 4:30pm
A 1-day conference on minimizing impacts to waterfront businesses, and the shores they're situated on, from extreme storms and rising seas.Join private sector, government, and community members to examine the planning, engineering, and design-based…See More
Monday
Bob Swett posted an event

Maritime Capsules at Film - Look for it in the future

November 22, 2014 to November 21, 2015
"Tells the story of the Grand Banks dory from the heyday of high-lining schooners to the current group of locals who sustain the ancient rowboat as a symbolically important part of Gloucester’s maritime culture."  …See More
Saturday
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Auckland Waterfront

Waterfront Auckland has a great vision: “A world-class destination that excites the senses and celebrates our sea loving pacific culture and maritime history. It supports commercially successful and innovative businesses and is a place for all…See More
Nov 22
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NOAA Fisheries is seeking comment on a red snapper long-term recreational accountability measures proposed rule. http://ow.ly/EGNiU

Framework Action to Add Recreational Accountability Measures for…

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Real-time ocean acidification data now available for Pacific shellfish aquaculture operators http://ow.ly/EFH9M

Real-Time Ocean Acidification Data Available for Shellfish…

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Adapting to Climate Change - Law and Policy Graduate Teaching Fellowship Opportunity http://ow.ly/EFlTe

Graduate Teaching Fellowships — Georgetown Law

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Stonington, Maine planning for the consequences that climate change pose to its Working Waterfront

Posted by Bob Swett on November 25, 2014 at 7:00am 0 Comments

Two articles in the Ellsworth American (Maine) report the ongoing efforts of Stonington’s citizens, and the city’s Working Waterfront Adaptation Committee, to prepare their waterfront for the future. Interestingly, the article implies that Stonington “rarely conveys the impression of a progressive community,” but is “on the cutting edge” in this instance.

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Sustainable Ecological Aquaculture Network (SEANET) program in Maine

Posted by Bob Swett on November 24, 2014 at 3:00pm 0 Comments

News article: Grant will establish a Sustainable Ecological Aquaculture Network (SEANET) program in Maine. Maine Sea Grant Director, Paul Anderson, “is the director of SEANET at the University of Maine.”

Some highlights from the…

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Auckland Waterfront

Posted by Bob Swett on November 22, 2014 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

Waterfront Auckland has a great vision: “A world-class destination that excites the senses and celebrates our sea loving pacific culture and maritime history. It supports commercially successful and innovative businesses and is a place for all people, an area rich in character and activities that link people to the city and the sea”.

"To achieve this vision and promote a balance of sustainability, resilience and productivity, Waterfront Auckland has set five goals for…

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