SNAPP TEAM:Governing Changing Oceans
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How can improved marine governance guide more responsible, equitable, and effective interventions in climate-impacted oceans?
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Team Critical Challenge:
  • Provide consensus view of the key features of new marine interventions and examples of application of these features in climate-vulnerable systems.
  • Co-design a marine intervention governance protocol and self-assessment tool to help decisionmakers identify governance capacity and needs, and to provide guidance on approaches to ensure responsible and effective intervention.
  • Work with leaders of marine organizations to tailor results and products for global, national, and regional application in temperate and tropical oceans.
Tiffany Morrison
James Cook University
Pip Cohen
Independent Practitioner (formerly WorldFish)
Gretta Pecl
University of Tasmania
Bob Muir
Australian Institute of Marine Science
Cath Lovelock
University of Queensland
Cayne Layton
Institute for Marine & Antarctic Studies
Emily Darling
Wildlife Conservation Society
Emily Ogier
University of Tasmania
Essam Yassin Mohammed
WorldFish-CGIAR, Penang
Georgina Gurney
ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, James Cook University
Imani Fairweather-Morrison
Oak Foundation
Kathy Mills
Gulf of Maine Research Institute
Lizzie McLeod
The Nature Conservancy
Maria Carmen Lemos
University of Michigan
Michael Phillips
Navam Niles
Centre for Poverty Analysis, Sri Lanka
Neil Adger
University of Exeter
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