National Coastal Conference Examines Future of Gulf in Wake of Oil Spill, Climate Change and State of the Nation’s Coasts

More than 900 experts in coastal, climatic, and related sciences; and environmental and business leaders; and top government policymakers will meet to discuss the future of the nation’s coasts at Restore America’s Estuaries 5th National Conference on Coastal and Estuarine Habitat Restoration. High-level policymakers, regulators, scientists, marine engineers, hydrologists, carbon-market experts, environmentalists, and other panelists will discuss topics ranging from ecological and economic recovery in the Gulf of Mexico in the wake of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, to tidal wetlands as new players in international carbon markets, climate change and sea-level rise, new economic and market valuations of coasts and estuaries, urban wetlands restoration, and the feasibility of the proposed “Ike Dike.”

Event Time

November, 13 2010 - November, 17 2010

Event Location:

Galveston Island Convention Center at the San Luis Resort, Galveston, TX

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