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2 June 2006

Forum approves three statements at Third Annual Working Meeting. Click here to read about the meeting.

30 April 2005

Read the Public Summary from the Forum's Second Annual Working Meeting


29 July 2003

Press Advisory: Russian and U.S. Leaders Unite to Avert Collapse of Bering Sea Ecosystem


Marine experts from the U.S. and Russia are coming together to tackle the tough issues they say have been neglected by government agencies
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(read complete press advisory)

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is an independent body of scientists, indigenous leaders, environmentalists, and family fishermen committed to sustainable management of the Bering Sea. The Forum is an independent, non-governmental body.

The Forum was founded in the belief that the Bering System ecosystem is a global treasure that is under threat from a number of factors, including overfishing, poaching, global warming, and pollution.

The Third Annual Working Meeting of the International Bering Sea Forum was held May 29 - June 1, on Russia's Kamchatka peninsula.

Coming soon...

The Fourth Annual Working Meeting of the International Bering Sea Forum

Spring 2007, Alaska