Join us for a daylong conference highlighting innovative strategies to help communities pay for projects to increase their resilience to sea level rise and severe storms.
Many Maine communities have identified climate-related vulnerabilities to their homes, businesses, and natural areas due to the impacts of sea level rise and increases in severe storms. Finding funding for adaptation solutions is often a major barrier to addressing these concerns and moving forward.
Join the Island Institute, Maine Coastal Program, the New England Environmental Finance Center, Casco Bay Estuary Partnership, and Resilience Works, LLC in Belfast on Friday, September 27th, for a daylong conference that will highlight innovative strategies for how to pay for infrastructure projects to increase a community’s resilience.
Come to learn about:
- Funding and financing options in Maine
- The role of innovative public-private partnerships, impact investments, and insurance in financing to build community resilience
- The economic consequences of taking no action toward adaptation
- How your community can incorporate project financing into its adaptation planning
- Creative financing and adaptation examples from across the U.S.
To see a copy of the preliminary agenda, click here: ShoreUp Maine 2019 preliminary agenda
Lodging and Accommodations
If you are in need of overnight accommodations for the conference, there are several options in the area. For your convenience, we have included each location, rates, and contact information below. Please contact each hotel directly for reservations.
Fireside Inn & Suites
- First floor, standard room with 2 beds - $132
- Second floor, two beds - $148
Belfast Harbor Inn
- View of the road - $129
- View of the water - $159
Colonial Gables Oceanfront Village
- Hotel rooms all have one king, no doubles - $115 (limited availability)
- Cabins: $155-$185
Carpooling options are available for the conference. Details are provided during registration.
If you have additional questions concerning the ShoreUp Maine 2019 conference, contact Sam Belknap.