Registration is open for the Gulf of Maine 2050 International Symposium Nov 4-8 in Portland, Maine. Join MIT Sea Grant’s Carolina Bastidas, Judith Pederson, and over 30 organizations contributing to the development of a collaborative 30-year resiliency plan.
Join leaders from across New England and the Maritime Provinces for this unprecedented event that brings together environmental, economic, social and institutional perspectives on climate resilience in the Gulf of Maine. Together, we will learn about how the Gulf of Maine is expected to change in the next 30 years, build a shared vision for regional resilience, and activate new collaborations for action.
Registration for Gulf of Maine 2050 is now open! Please register early as participation in this important event is limited to the first 320 people who register. Register Now
Submit an Abstract
Gulf of Maine 2050 is now accepting abstracts for presentations that highlight current scientific research related to the Gulf of Maine, examples of climate impacts on communities, businesses and industries, and case studies highlighting efforts to promote resilience. Options include posters, oral presentations, panel presentations, and lightning talks. Call for Abstracts
Become a Sponsor
Gulf of Maine 2050 welcomes sponsorship contributions from businesses, government agencies, and non-government organizations. This event offers exceptional opportunities for networking, collaboration and high engagement with government officials, coastal managers, scientists, businesses, academia and other stakeholders. Sponsorship Opportunities
Learn more about Gulf of Maine 2050 registration, program, and opportunities to participate at: www.gulfofmaine2050.org.
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