The final Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill and Ecosystem Sciences (GoMOSES) conference in Tampa, Florida, welcomed nearly 700 people, representing 32 U.S. states and 10 countries, and included 82 oral sessions and two poster sessions. Organizers are anticipating a new bi-annual, Gulf of Mexico Conference for the future.
With the Embrace the Gulf 2020 campaign officially underway, we often get the question, “how can I help?”
Five ways to help the campaign
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Happy Mardi Gras! The Gulf Coast loves a good party. Festivities are spreading to new communities every year. The Krewes are generous and you are loaded down with more throws than you know what to do with. Here are a few resources to help make this festive season friendly on the environment.
The outreach and event planning working group for Paddle the Gulf recently announced the winning logo for the new initiative. Paddle the Gulf aims to network and showcase coastal blueway paddle trails throughout the five Gulf of Mexico States
The Gulf of Mexico Alliance (Alliance) recently released its 2019 Gulf Star Annual Report. The report highlights programs and successes accomplished through the Alliance’s Teams and Initiatives over the last several years. As identified in the report, actions taken through the regional partnership produced 1000 volunteer hours and 162 outreach activities serving 14 communities and 74 organizations in addition to some foundational project results.
In January 2020, the Monitoring Community of Practice and Priority Issue Teams (Data and Monitoring, Education and Engagement, Habitat Resources, Water Resources, Wildlife and Fisheries) held combined meetings in Mobile, AL. Some 200 attendees discussed early planning on the Alliances next action plan.