Deadline: 06 May 2024

Published: 02 May 2024

Contact: Hannah Ladd-Jones

The Restoring Meadow, Marsh, and Reef (ReMeMaRe) 2024 conference is taking place from the 10th to the 11th of July at the Scarborough Spa, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, UK.

The conference this year focuses on "Restoring Estuarine and Coastal Habitats" and offers a chance for those with an interest in ocean restoration to gather in-person with UK practitioners, regulators, scientists, industry, business and policy makers on Yorkshire's east coast.

The event is the largest marine restoration conference of its kind in the UK and covers a wide range of current issues. Attendance is an effective way of bringing you up to speed on current thinking and provides exposure to a wide cross-section of views. Last year, attendance at ReMeMaRe 2023 exceeded 250 delegates from 100+ organisations.

ReMeMaRe is an ambitious habitat restoration initiative, which aims to address baseline shift and reverse centuries of decline of three of our priority estuarine and coastal habitats: seagrass meadows, saltmarshes and European native oyster reefs. By restoring these precious estuarine and coastal ecosystems, it aims to enhance society’s connection to the natural world, whilst delivering Nature-based Solutions (NbS) that address issues such as climate change, loss of biodiversity, sustainable food, health and well-being, as well as the socio-economic benefits of recreation and tourism that can help to alleviate deprivation in coastal towns.

The abstract call for posters and talks is now open until the 6th of May.

To purchase your ticket and to submit an abstract follow the link below!