Oil Spill Science & Information Needs for Gulf & Caribbean Regional Stakeholders
November 8, 2016 from 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016 from 2-3 p.m.
Westin Resort, Grand Cayman (room TBD)
To register: Click here
This is a special workshop at the Gulf & Caribbean Fisheries Institute 69th annual conference. Note: Participants must also register with GCFI. Visit the conference website for more information: http://www.gcfi.org/Conferences/69th/GrandCayman_en.html
The GCFI annual conference is an ideal platform for the exchange of science and discussion of ideas, and offers an opportunity to reinforce regional collaboration on a variety of environmental and social issues. This workshop will bring together GCFI attendees and interested local and regional stakeholders to discuss information needs on the topic of regional connectivity and oil spills. Emerging science and information about oil spills is pertinent to multiple Gulf and Caribbean countries, as energy infrastructure develops throughout the region. Sea Grant aims to collect information needs, questions, topics of interest, and issues related to oil spills, from participants at this workshop. Information collected will be the basis for development of future outreach products for distribution to participants at the workshop and to audiences across the region. Participants will have the opportunity to have their voice heard, to ask questions, and to provide input on informational products and programs that would be most useful to them. With this input, Sea Grant address identified needs and continue to support multi-national collaboration across the region.
Interested in attending either in-person or via live-streaming over the web? Please take a moment to register for what is sure to be a great FREE seminar that includes lunch for in-person attendees. To register, click here.
For more information: Contact Christine Hale, oil spill science outreach specialist, with Texas Sea Grant at (361) 825-6215 or by email.
Location: Westin Resort, Grand Cayman