Cáyoli Junior’s vocation is to create projects and pedagogical tools with and for students. During the school year 2018-2019 we worked with the class of CM2 of Mrs. GRUEL of the Externat Saint Joseph de Cluny..
Cáyoli Junior’s vocation is to create projects and pedagogical tools with and for students. During the school year 2018-2019 we worked with eight primary classes on the project “I adopt a mangrove tree”.
In April 2019, 400 cuttings of Acropora Cervicornis coral raised in nurseries were implanted in the natural environment. This large-scale operation is the first on the scale of Guadeloupe.
The Ministerial Order of April 25, 2017 aims to protect 16 species of coral endemic to the Caribbean region. This list covers most of the reef building species of the Caribbean region
The search for solutions to restore seagrass beds is a major focus of the port’s environmental policy. But even before restoration can take place, it is necessary to develop and control : plant production, cultivation and establishment in the natural environment. These are crucial and complex steps in a field that is still little studied. An on-going process.
Good news for the mangrove ! This Wednesday, December 19, 240 red mangrove trees raised in nurseries were planted in a natural environment in order to rehabilitate a mangrove area in Bergevin. An operation that symbolizes the entry into a new phase of the Cáyoli project, that of the first active restoration operations of natural coastal environments.
Assisted by specialists, Guadeloupe Port Caraïbes is setting up a farm to raise post-larvae of coastal fish. Captured in the wild by fishermen, the larvae are reared until they reach a “refuge” size that allows them to escape predation. A SOLUTION TO BOOST COASTAL FISH POPULATIONS The main challenge of the environmental program is to […]
As every year since the start of the program, Thalassia testudinum seagrass seeds are collected from specific sites. They will then be cultivated in a nursery to restore degraded seagrass.
For the Oceans Day, Guadeloupe Port Caribbean and the Rectorate of Guadeloupe are committed to creating together tools to raise awareness of marine environments adapted to Guadeloupe. On Wednesday, June 8, the awards ceremony for the “Nature at Heart” competition of artistic productions organized by the port took place. It was an opportunity to salute […]