The state of New York is hosting a State of the Science Workshop on wildlife and offshore wind energy development on November 13-14, 2018, on Long Island. This two-day workshop is focused on bringing together stakeholders engaged with environmental and wildlife research relevant to offshore wind energy development, with the following goals:
1. Engage and inform interested stakeholders about the state of knowledge regarding wildlife and offshore wind energy development, including ongoing efforts to understand, minimize, and mitigate environmental impacts.
2. Promote regional coordination by sharing updates on research studies, guidelines development, and other efforts along the eastern seaboard (Massachusetts to North Carolina).
Promote collaboration through expert information exchange and discussion.
November 5 is the last day to register for the first State of the Science Workshop on offshore wind energy, to be held Nov 13-14 in Jericho, NY. You can do so, here: http://www.briloon.org/offshorewindny-workshop
If you have questions, contact:
Program Manager, Environmental Research
New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA)
17 Columbia Circle | Albany, NY 12203-6399
P: 518-862-1090 x3372 | F: 518-862-1091 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wildlife and Renewable Energy Program Director
Biodiversity Research Institute
276 Canco Rd., Portland, Maine 04103
P: 207-839-7600 x108 | F: 839-7655