This brochure describes the Bering Sea and Kamchatka Peninsula as an extremely diverse environment that is home to more than half of the United States’ caught seafood and one-third of Russia’s seafood harvest, among other species. It also explains WWF’s continued work in the region over the last 18 years.
For nearly a quarter century, Bristol Bay has been off limits to oil and gas development. But protection has been peeled away with the lifting of the Congressional moratorium in 2004 and Presidential Withdrawals in January, 2007.
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