Outputs from all other research activities will be combined and displayed graphically and spatially using risk mapping techniques, at both regional and local scales, using the multi-criterion datasets. Data analysis will be conducted using ESRI ArcGIS 10.8 to integrate the spatial datasets and identify regions with high shipping risks and to identify areas and thematic issues of concern. All datasets will be standardized by weighting according to risk factor, and high-risk regions will be identified using spatial statistics tools. The ‘hot spot’ risk maps as well as summarized findings from other activities will be shared through a youth-led and facilitated workshop (with simultaneous interpretation/translation) to be held in 2025 (final year of the project). The workshop will be used to 1) share project findings, 2) validate project results and conclusions, 3) and to identify and inventory self-determined governance approaches that may be developed and implemented to reduce identified shipping risks. Governance options identified in the workshop will be evaluated against existing regulatory mechanisms and evaluated for prioritization and feasibility. The workshop will also be used as an opportunity to provide communities with information on existing shipping regulation in order to increase local understanding of ongoing risk mitigation efforts which has been observed to be a challenge in previous research efforts.