Restoring Meadow, Marsh and Reef (ReMeMaRe) (pronounced “re-memory”), 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, we are enhancing 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.
Ocean and Coastal Futures
Ocean and Coastal Futures is the home of CMS News, jobs and conferences, including the long-running Coastal Futures conference, which have been focal points for the ocean, coastal and water sectors over three decades. Together with the Environment Agency, we have hosted the REACH ‘Restoring Estuaries and Coastal Habitats’ conference series since 2019.
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- Attendance at past events has exceeded 200 delegates from a wide range of organisations and this offers unparalleled networking opportunities.
- The delegate list will be available on the ReMeMaRe website a week before the event to facilitate networking.