Sollicited as an Expert of the UICN group, Cécile Gaspar has participated to the meeting held in Paris on November 17th… Objectives were to renew the actual board, to validate the wish to work with the Education and Communication comitee and to establish recommandations for Biodiversity onto overseas territories.
Called : “From the Grenelle de la mer to the Sommet de la Terre en 2012”, this conference was organized to define perspectives on the national startegy of Protected Areas… During 3 days, all participants have taken part to presentations in order to get a better knowledge of international existing intiatives (France areas but also […]
For the first time since the creation of te mana o te moana, Dr Cécile Gaspar, helped by the scientist George Balazs and all the International scientists that were invited to the Symposium, has equipped a green sea turtle with a satellite tag prior to the release…. This turtle, a small green turtle named Tini, […]
Te mana o te moana has organised the first international conference on sea turtles in French Polynesia. The event, wich is included in a wider research and conservation program on sea turtles, was hosted in Moorea by the hotel InterContinental Resort & Spa. The aim of the Conference is to bring together the local […]
For this year, the thematic is “Biodiversity, what are the goals for the future? A science Village has set up in Papeete with many stands in order to welcome adults, school children, and tourists. Magali, Cécile and Vie were there during two days, giving information to the visitors and teaching children how to protect their […]