The 2013 NC Coastal Local Governments Annual Meeting took place on Monday and Tuesday, March 18 and 19 at Jennette’s Pier in Nags Head. Attendees included managers, planners and elected officials from all along the NC coastal region as well as the consultants and other service providers to those governments.
The final agenda is available online at http://www.ncbiwa.org/NCCLG13Agenda.pdf
Copies of most of the presentations are in a directory here: http://www.ncbiwa.org/NagsHead13
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NCBIWA 2012, the annual conference of North Carolina Beach, Inlet & Waterway Association is set for Monday & Tuesday, November 19 & 20 at the Blockade Runner Beach Resort on the oceanfront in Wrightsville Beach. We’re just 2 weeks away. Conference topics are below.
Meeting agenda is here: http://www.ncbiwa.org/12Program.pdf
Registration form is here: http://www.ncbiwa.org/12NCBIWARegister.pdf
Sponsorship options are here: http://ncbiwa.org/NCBIWA2012SponsorOpps.pdf
Attendees include beach managers; local, state and federal officials from NC and surrounding states; consultants; dredgers; lawyers; academicians; regulators; developers and realtors; environmentalists; skeptics; believers and all sorts of folks in between.
NCBIWA 2012 Conference Topics include:
· Finding Funding for Water Resources Projects
· Ocean Radar Measurements in the Coastal Ocean
· Is SLR the big concern along the ocean coast?
· Lawsuits impacting the coast
· Coastal Insurance: Wind & Hail and NFIP
· Community Rating System (CRS) primer: Saving Money on Flood Insurance
· Meet the Coastal Resources Commission’s Science Panel
· What does H819 say and mean for sea-level rise policy and science in NC?
· Inlet Management and Beach Effects
· Terminal Groins Update
· Hotspot of accelerated sea-level Rise on the Atlantic Coast of North America
· Yesterday - Lock and Dam; Today - Rocks and Fish
· What is the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management?
· Funding Options for the Dredging and Maintenance of the State’s Coastal Inlets from Fees Charged to Those Who Make Use of the Inlets
· and much, much more!
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