$20m in climate change support for US fisheries


The US’s Department of Commerce and NOAA have pledged US$20 million to help regional fishery management councils tackle the impacts of climate change

These funds, part of President Biden’s Investing in America agenda, are made possible by the Inflation Reduction Act, said to be the largest climate investment in history.

Each council will receive approximately US$1–US$3 million in funding based on their final project proposals.

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