GREENLAND, N.H. — A discussion and collaborative forum on the
topic of climate change in Seacoast New Hampshire will be held on
Friday, December 2, 2011, from 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. at the Hugh
Gregg Coastal Conservation Center and the Great Bay Discovery
Center, 89 Depot Road, Greenland, N.H. 03840. Presented by the
Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve (GBNERR), the
National Estuarine Research Reserve System Science Collaborative
and the Great Bay Stewards, the session is intended for an audience
actively engaged in climate change adaptation, including
scientists, local agencies, municipal leaders, watershed
organizations and knowledgeable citizens.
This annual series of presentations and interactive dialogue
aims to highlight local climate research and share local climate
preparedness efforts and tools. The main objective of the day is to
participate in collaborative working sessions designed to identify
gaps in information and actions that will help communities move
forward effectively and efficiently.
There is a $15 registration fee, which includes a hot lunch.
Space is limited. If you would like to register, please email Steve
Miller at email@example.com with the following
information: first and last names, organization, title, address,
phone number and email address. Following your email, please mail a
check for $15 made payable to the Great Bay Stewards to Attn:
Climate Summit, 89 Depot Road, Greenland, NH 03840.
For more information about “The 2011 New Hampshire Coastal
Climate Summit: Collaborating for Solutions,” including the agenda,
please visit the GBNERR website at http://www.greatbay.org and
click on “Climate Summit” on the right-hand side.
The Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve is a
cooperative federal-state partnership between the New Hampshire
Fish and Game Department and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric