Thursday, May 28, 2020 - 8:00am
Penn State Campus: 
Online / Teleconference
Lara Fowler
Brita Bohman

Often compared, both the Baltic Sea and the Chesapeake Bay regions are faced with eutrophication resulting from a number of factors. Governments in both regions have enacted a system of incentives and enforcement mechanisms to achieve target reductions for nutrients and total dissolved solids. This seminar seeks to explore the similarities and differences with law and governance in both regions: what is working and what lessons have been learned. We want to provide an opportunity to hear about what is happening in each region, have an opportunity for dialogue, and explore opportunities for further collaboration across both regions.