The Mid-Atlantic Regional Ocean Planning Workshop was convened on April 4-5, 2013 in Arlington, Virginia by the Mid-Atlantic Regional Cou...
The Mid-Atlantic Regional Ocean Planning Workshop was convened on April 4-5, 2013 in Arlington, Virginia by the Mid-Atlantic Regional Council on the Ocean (MARCO) in collaboration with the federal agencies engaged with ocean planning in the region. It was an initial step in the launch of regional ocean planning in the Mid-Atlantic and was designed to engage stakeholders in early thinking about the design of the planning process. Approximately 160 individuals participated in the workshop. They represented stakeholder interests and governmental entities from across the region. Stakeholder participants represented a number of important interests including ocean-based industries, ocean recreation, environmental and conservation groups, educational and research institutions, coastal communities, national security interests, and the general public.
|Clip 1: Welcome from the White House CEQ and the Commonwealth of Virginia|
|Clip 2: Welcome from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning Body Co-Leads|
|Clip 3: Regional Ocean Planning -- Context and National Initiatives|
|Clip 4: Panel on the Status of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning Body|
|Clip 5: Panel on Existing Groundwork for Ocean Planning in the Mid-Atlantic|
|Clip 6: Panel Addressing Questions and Concerns about Regional Ocean Planning|
|Clip 7: Panel on Stakeholder Perspectives and Meaningful Stakeholder Collaboration|
|Clip 8: Report-out on Recommendations for the Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning Body|
|Clip 9: Key Themes and Outcomes|