The summit is open to all and might be of interest to anyone concerned with marine conservation. We invite you to join us whether you are a concerned citizen or the President of an international NGO.
Please visit our Lodging and Transportation page for a full list of hotels affiliated with the event.
A light breakfast, boxed lunch, and afternoon snack will be included on Tuesday May 9th, and light breakfast will be included on Wednesday May 10th and Thursday May 11th at the respective venues. There will be also be appetizers and snacks available at the Mott House during the post Hill Day debrief and celebration.
The short answer is no, we don’t offer a student discount. The longer answer: We work hard at cultivating sponsors to allow us to keep the price of registration low. If scholarships become available, we will make an announcement. We do, however, have a limited number of volunteer opportunities. Completion of 12 hours of volunteering over three days will be compensated with admittance to the events. More info is available by request, email Victoria@bluefront.org.
We are glad you are interested in covering the Summit. We’re asking all folks interested in obtaining a press pass email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Blue Vision Summit 6 will be held at the Marvin Center (800 21st St NW) on the George Washington University Campus in Washington, D.C.