Leadership

Governors' Action Plan for Healthy and Resilient Coasts

The 2005 hurricane season shattered records and communities as 27 named storms and 13 hurricanes impacted America’s coastal areas from Key West, Florida to Corpus Christi, Texas. Each one of the fi ve Gulf States – Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas were impacted by the devastating and destructive forces of the storms.

Gulf of Mexico Alliance

Alabama State Lands Division
Alabama Dept. of Conservation & Natural Resources, Coastal Section, State Lands Division

Florida Department of Environmental Protection
Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), Office of Coastal and Aquatic Managed Areas (CAMA)

Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality
Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality

Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality
Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

EPA Gulf of Mexico Program
EPA Gulf of Mexico Program

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)


Gulf of Mexico States Accord

The Gulf of Mexico Regional Partnership Federal Workgroup:

Leadership message

James Connaughton“Sound conservation and effective management of our ocean and coastal resources depend on regional, state, and local partnerships.”

 

~ James Connaughton
Chairman of the Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ)

Jeb Bush"... this is an excellent opportunity for the Gulf States to take the initiative and lead a regional effort focused on the Gulf of Mexico. I invite you to join me as we pursue the shared goal of protecting the Gulf." Read full letter from Governor Bush.

~ Jeb Bush
Former Florida Governor

 

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