Golden State Waters Action Summit
On April 13-14, 2016, The Bay Institute held the first ever Action Summit titled Golden State Waters: San Francisco Bay and the World Ocean. The highly successful 2-day event included150 attendees, nine expert presentations, and six internationally known ocean and coastal leaders talking about action.
The waters on either side of the Golden Gate Bridge are some of the most biologically dynamic and productive in the world, hosting critical ecosystems, and supporting many important industries. Protecting our Bay, coast, and ocean resources is essential for both a healthy environment and a thriving economy.
2016 Keynote: Dr. Eric Terrill
Dr. Terrill Directs the Coastal Observing Research and Development Center at Scripps Institution of Oceanography. He leads a team of experts in the operation and maintenance of maritime and environmental sensor networks supporting national ocean science needs. He was recently featured on 60 minutes covering his expeditions in the western Pacific.
|Dr. Sylvia Earle
Explorer in Residence National Geographic
Director of Strategic Initiatives
National Ocean Service
- Climate Change Adaptation
- Marine Debris (trash)
- Marine Protected Areas
- Ocean Exploration and Technology
Coast and Ocean Director, Brian Baird, talked to EarthNews Journal about the Golden State Waters Action Summit.
Questions about the Summit? Contact Brian Baird at firstname.lastname@example.org