Hundreds of experts and leaders from academic institutions, government, non-governmental organizations, and the private sector came together at the 2nd State of the Gulf of Mexico Summit hosted by the Harte Research
fter a year in the making, the new Gulf of Mexico Data Atlas is now available, providing answers to questions related to the physical environment, marine resources and economic activity in the Gulf of Mexico.
The Corporate Wetlands Restoration Partnership of Coastal America, donated two SeaViewer underwater video recording systems to the Alliance in support of the Presidential Executive Order of July 19, 2010 - Stewardship of the Ocean, Our Coasts, and the Great Lakes for coastal and marine spatial planning.
The released report "Comparing Mexican & United States Legal & Institutional Frameworks" assesses and compares the Mexican and United States laws, policies, and institutions that directly or indirectly support Gulf of Mexico habitat conservation and restoration.
Reporter Eileen Fleming noted that public officials in the Alliance are working with scientists on how to coordinate policies to improve the health of the Gulf, especially related to the Dead Zone which forms off the Louisiana coast and extends to Texas.
Representatives from the Mexican Gulf States were in New Orleans the week of August 1 through 5, 2011 to attend the Joint Meeting of the Gulf of Mexico Alliance and the Hypoxia Task Force. On Wednesday, a featured session on…
GOMA's Environmental Education and Nutrient Priority Issue Teams developed a website called "Smart Yard, Healthy Gulf", a new public education campaign designed to reduce fertilizers entering local waters by helping people make responsible lawn fertilizer decisions.