Action MS31Develop and reinforce partnerships with the Collectivity and governmental services

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First meeting of the CSTPN of Saint Martin

Since November 7, 2019, the Collectivity of Saint Martin has had its Territorial Scientific Council For Natural Heritage (Conseil scientifique territorial du patrimoine naturel or CSTPN), a regulatory obligation carried out in the past by Guadeloupe for Saint Martin. Composed of 19 members, all scientists, this group is charged with providing advice on all questions relative to the conservation of the island’s natural heritage, and especially the impact of development projects on protected sites. The first meeting of the CSTPN was held on January 24, 2020 at the prefecture in Saint Martin. Michel Vély, president of the Megaptera association, was elected president and his vice president is Julien Chalifour, scientific director of the Réserve Naturelle. One of the first projects examined by the governmental services is the validation of two proclamations aiming to control the introduction of species not naturally present in Saint Martin. The lists are currently being examined by various regional experts, and can benefit from the experience gained during the IUCN ateliers.

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Optimizing management means

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