Transshipments and At-Sea Ship-to-Ship Transfers: The Convergence of Maritime Security and Marine Conservation

October 29th, 1230-1400 (Lunch Will Be Provided), Location: Legian Rooms 3 and 5
Hosted by The Pew Charitable Trusts and the U.S. National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office (NMIO)

The panel will focus on the convergence of marine conservation and maritime security concerns. It will look at various tools to counter 'bad actors' transshipments and ship-to-ship transfers. The panel will also explore the role of transshipment in facilitating illegal, unregulated, and unreported (IUU) fishing, and transnational crimes. Panelists will discuss tools that can be used to monitor fish transshipment or other ship-to-ship transfers, and will examine potential options for better managing transshipment.

Moderator: To be confirmed
Panelists: Mr. Lyston Lea, Principal Advisor to NMIO; others to be confirmed

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