Wind Wildlife Research Meeting

Hatchet Ridge, Pattern Energy

 

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The 15th Wind Wildlife Research Meeting will take place November 12 – 15, 2024 in Corpus Christi, TX.

Join REWI in Corpus Christi, Texas this November for the 15th biennial Wind Wildlife Research Meeting:

Confronting the climate and biodiversity crises with a responsible transition to wind energy.

 

Interested in Sponsoring the 15th Wind Wildlife Research Meeting? Contact wwrm@rewi.org for more details.

The biennial Wind Wildlife Research Meeting (WWRM) provides an internationally recognized forum for attendees to share and engage in the latest science addressing the risk of wind energy to wildlife and developing solutions to avoid, minimize, and offset impacts. The meeting also brings together thought leaders to discuss priority topics and themes in the wind-wildlife arena. Academics, researchers, conservation scientists, consultants, federal and state officials, NGO representatives, and industry professionals come together every other year for this unique opportunity.

The meeting is organized and presented by REWI, with input provided by a multi-stakeholder planning committee. In-person and virtual attendance is open to all who are interested in wind-wildlife issues.

The 2022 WWRM welcomed almost 380 attendees from 49 U.S. states and 13 additional countries.

 

Sponsor this unique event to position your organization’s thought leadership, enhance your brand, and create growth and networking opportunities while supporting the most important North American wind-wildlife and habitat meeting of the year. For more information on opportunities, please view the Sponsor Flyer and email wwrm@rewi.org.

 

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Disclaimer: REWI strives for excellence when organizing the agenda for the Wind Wildlife Research Meeting, and each abstract submission is peer-reviewed. However, authors represent their own work, and inclusion in the meeting program and proceedings does not imply endorsement of the study or results by REWI or others affiliated with the meeting. Much of the information presented in presentations is preliminary and should not be quoted or cited without permission from the authors.