Who We Are

The Gulf of Mexico Alliance is a Regional Ocean Partnership working to sustain the resources of the Gulf of Mexico.

A 501c3 non-profit organization, we are led by leadership from the five U.S. Gulf States. Our network includes federal agencies, academic organizations, businesses, and other non-profits in the region. Together, we collaborate regionally to enhance the environmental and economic health of the Gulf of Mexico.

Projects

Our Accomplishments

Priorities

Our 5 Shared State Issues

Partners

Our Growing List of Associates

Our Priorities

Partners

Upcoming Events

09jan9:00 am4:00 pmSeminar/Webinar: Responding to Oil SpillsOffshore and deep sea habitats

17jan(jan 17)8:00 am19(jan 19)5:00 pmLA Workshop: Reflecting on Practice Coaching

23jan(jan 23)8:00 am24(jan 24)5:00 pmWorkshop: GCOOS-Sponsored Animal Telemetry NetworkIdentifying regional stakeholder needs and priorities for animal telemetry observations of marine species

26jan8:00 am5:00 pmAL: Green Coast Council's Sustainability Summit

28jan(jan 28)7:00 am03feb(feb 3)5:00 pmTexas Land Conservation Conference

Recent News

Embrace the Gulf

The Gulf of Mexico provides food, shelter, protection, security, energy, habitat, recreation, transportation, and navigation – playing an important role in our communities, states, region, and nation. To highlight the…

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Re-launch of GOMA Portal

The GOMAportal.org is a metadata catalog, and data repository for Gulf of Mexico related geospatial datasets housed at the Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies (HRI). The portal…

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What We Do

Coastal Resilience

Data & Monitoring

Education & Engagement

Habitat Resources

Water Resources

Wildlife & Fisheries

Our Priorities

What Guides Us

Our priorities address six shared regional issues and three initiatives.