Trawl2-3_edited_edited_edited_edited.jpg
Dedicated to research, communication, and regional collaboration on offshore wind development and fisheries 
 

The Challenge

Offshore wind is expanding along the East Coast of the U.S. – deepening interest among all parties active in these waters in better understanding the interactions between offshore wind and ecosystems in the region. 

With wind projects spanning multiple states and many organizations embarking on research, a coordinated approach is needed to ensure that credible research is developed and shared.
 

 

The Responsible Offshore Science Alliance (ROSA), founded in 2019, is a nonprofit organization that seeks to advance regional research and monitoring of fisheries and offshore wind interactions through collaboration and cooperation.  

 

ROSA’s objective is to be a trusted resource that enables scientific research, increases efficiency, deepens understanding, and facilitates collaboration. 

 

What is Happening 

Next Advisory Council Meeting

to be Held March 5th

The next meeting of the Advisory Council, which is open to the public, will take place on March 5 from 9:30 am -12:30 pm. You can read the agenda here and register for the meeting here. We hope you will join us!

ROSA Seeks Applications for

Director of Research 

ROSA is accepting applications for its first Director of Research. The organization is seeking candidates with a strong track record of managing multidisciplinary teams to address complex problems in natural resource science and management. You can read more about the position and how to apply here. Applications are due by February 28.

ROSA Publishes

2020 Year In Review

ROSA’s 2020 Year in Review chronicles the organization's many accomplishments last year, as well as its goals for 2021. ROSA extends a big thanks to all who played a role in establishing the organization last year and laying the groundwork to launch research and monitoring efforts this year.  

    ©2020 by Responsible Offshore Science Alliance, 1050 Connecticut Ave., NW, #65036, Washington DC 20035. Photos courtesy of Atlantic Capes Fisheries, EDF Renewables, Equinor, and Ørsted.