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In the Arctic, increased vessel traffic brings concerns over pollution

As vessel traffic continues to increase through the northern Bering Sea and Bering Strait region of Alaska - driven by factors including diminishing Arctic sea ice, accessible natural resources, and interest in shorter travel - concerns are mounting that the waste produced by these ships could cause significant harm on this highly productive marine ecosystem and the people who live here.