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Mr. Philip W. Conkling

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From Cape Cod

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From Cape Cod

Background Information

Employment History

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Chairman

Maine Lighthouse Museum Inc

Contributing Editor

Maine Magazine

President

Philip Conkling & Associates

Affiliations

Board Member
Conservation Law Foundation Inc

Trusted Advisor
Conservation Media Group

Board Of Trustees Member
Herring Gut Learning Center

Board Member
Fox Island Wind

Board Of Trustees Member
Soundbeat Radio Inc

Board Member
GoMOOS

Board Member
Camden Area Futures Group

Board Member
Portland Downtown District

Board Member
Maine Aquaculture Innovation Center

Contributing Editor
Maine PBS

President
Island Institute

Education

political science

Harvard University

Web References (192 Total References)


Our Board Of Trustees | Herring Gut Learning Center | Learning About Maine's Marine Resources

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Philip Conkling

Vice-Chair, Trustee since 2013
For the past 30 years, Philip Conkling's life has been grounded by experiences among the 5,000 or so islands in the archipelago of Gulf of Maine where he has visited more than 1,000 islands for purposes of collecting and analyzing ecological information on behalf of island communities and owners. In 1983, he founded the Island Institute and served as its president for three decades. After stepping down from the leadership of the Island Institute, Conkling founded a consulting practice, Philip Conkling & Associates.
Conkling is the founding publisher of Island Journal, the author of Islands in Time, A Natural and Cultural History of the Islands of the Gulf of Maine (1981, 1999, 2011) and Lobsters Great and Small (2001). He served as the editor of From Cape Cod to the Bay of Fundy - An Environmental Atlas of the Gulf of Maine and helped write and edit The Fate of Greenland-Lessons from Abrupt Climate Change. He also served for 20 years as the publisher and columnist for The Working Waterfront.


Herring Gut Learning Center | Our Board of Trustees

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Philip Conkling

Philip Conkling Vice-Chair, Trustee since 2013
For the past 30 years, Philip Conkling's life has been grounded by experiences among the 5,000 or so islands in the archipelago of Gulf of Maine where he has visited more than 1,000 islands for purposes of collecting and analyzing ecological information on behalf of island communities and owners. In 1983, he founded the Island Institute and served as its president for three decades. After stepping down from the leadership of the Island Institute, Conkling founded a consulting practice, Philip Conkling & Associates.
Conkling is the founding publisher of Island Journal, the author of Islands in Time, A Natural and Cultural History of the Islands of the Gulf of Maine (1981, 1999, 2011) and Lobsters Great and Small (2001). He served as the editor of From Cape Cod to the Bay of Fundy – An Environmental Atlas of the Gulf of Maine and helped write and edit The Fate of Greenland-Lessons from Abrupt Climate Change. He also served for 20 years as the publisher and columnist for The Working Waterfront.


Philip ...

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Philip Conkling

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Philip Conkling
For the past 25 years, Philip Conkling's life has been grounded by experiences among the 5,000 or so islands in the archipelago of Gulf of Maine.There he has visited more than 1,000 islands, initially for purposes of collecting and analyzing ecological information.As founder and President of the Island Institute, his focus has been to provide strategic, creative and developmental leadership for the organization.He oversees a staff of approximately 40 in the Institute's publications, marine, education and community development programs and 12-14 Island Fellows who live and work in isolated and rural coastal communities.
As part of his work, he has traveled extensively on voyages to Arctic and sub Arctic regions of both the Pacific and Atlantic oceans and written extensively on the effects of global warming on coastal villages, fishing fleets and ecosystems of northern regions.In particular, he has been interested in how the changes in the northern North Atlantic will affect marine and coastal life on the islands and coast of Maine.He is the author of Islands in Time, A Natural and Cultural History of the Islands of the Gulf of Maine (1999) and Lobsters Great and Small-How Fishermen and Scientists are Changing Our Understanding of a Maine Icon (2001) He also is the editor of From Cape Cod to the Bay of Fundy-An Environmental Atlas of the Gulf of Maine (1995).
Currently Conkling is leading and coordinating a $20 million capital campaign at the Island Institute to endow the core programs of the organization.
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Island Institute - Capital Campaign

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Philip ConklingIsland Institute - Capital Campaign

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For the past 25 years, Philip Conkling's life has been grounded by experiences among the 5,000 or so islands in the archipelago of Gulf of Maine.There he has visited more than 1,000 islands, initially for purposes of collecting and analyzing ecological information.As founder and President of the Island Institute, his focus has been to provide strategic, creative and developmental leadership for the organization.He oversees a staff of approximately 40 in the Institute's publications, marine, education and community development programs and 12-14 Island Fellows who live and work in isolated and rural coastal communities.
As part of his work, he has traveled extensively on voyages to Arctic and sub Arctic regions of both the Pacific and Atlantic oceans and written extensively on the effects of global warming on coastal villages, fishing fleets and ecosystems of northern regions.In particular, he has been interested in how the changes in the northern North Atlantic will affect marine and coastal life on the islands and coast of Maine.He is the author of Islands in Time, A Natural and Cultural History of the Islands of the Gulf of Maine (1999) and Lobsters Great and Small-How Fishermen and Scientists are Changing Our Understanding of a Maine Icon (2001) He also is the editor of From Cape Cod to the Bay of Fundy-An Environmental Atlas of the Gulf of Maine (1995).
Currently Conkling is leading and coordinating a $20 million capital campaign at the Island Institute to endow the core programs of the organization.


For almost two decades Philip ...

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For almost two decades Philip Conkling has served on the CLF Board and provided us with insightful and practical guidance and advice, both in his role as the leader of the Island Institute and in his current role as a valued consultant to both the private and the non-profit sectors. His writing and communication skillset are unparalleled and begin with actively listening to, and engaging with, the people and communities involved to get at the heart of an issue or problem and to devise a path forward that is strategic and pragmatic.

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