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LIS Blue Plan Advisory Committee Quarterly Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Nathan Frohling
31:52
Was the assessment for LIS or a larger geography?
Brian Thompson CTDEEP
38:38
Northeast, with focus on vulnerability to climate change. https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0260654
Mary-beth Hart
45:43
Federal Consistency: https://portal.ct.gov/DEEP/Coastal-Resources/Coastal-Permitting/Coastal-Consistency
Nathan Frohling
48:20
General clarification if anyone is interested: the Blue Plan Policy Area is offshore of the coastline so typical coastal permitting does not fall under the Blue Plan.
Anthony Morales
01:00:19
What remedies are in place should the collective impact a fisheries biomass or any negatively impacted trophic profile
Paul Stacey
01:02:56
More attention is finally being pain to environmental equity. Are appropriate and adequate data and mapping information being collected to evaluate and respond to environmental equity concerns?
David Blatt
01:04:47
The Blue Plan contains an equity lens for applying its policies.
Paul Stacey
01:05:49
Very good - thank you David and Mary-beth.
derek Faulkner
01:06:01
thank you
Mary-beth Hart
01:07:05
DEEP.blueplanlis@cct.gov
Deborah Sayer
01:07:06
Thank you!
Del McCloe
01:07:08
Thank you