In 2017, the port is recognized for its role as a manager of natural areas. It is elected to a national working group for biodiversity research.
This year which comes to an end has allowed the Cáyoli program to develop and gain true recognition at the national level: Guadeloupe Port Caraïbes has just been elected to the Strategic Orientation Committee of the Foundation for Research on Biodiversity (FRB) (FRB) within the College of Managers of Natural Spaces.
The mission of the Foundation for Research on Biodiversity is to “encourage innovation, promote scientific projects in connection with society and develop studies, syntheses and expertise are all actions at the heart of its system, (…) to meet the scientific challenges of biodiversity together. »( Read more ).
Within this framework, the Strategic Orientation Committee brings together scientific and professional actors in the field to:
- establish a base of common concepts
- conduct strategic and prospective reflections,
- participate in the co-construction of programs and projects with researchers on key issues.