The Regional Activity Centre for the Protocol Concerning Specially Protected Areas and Wildlife for the Wider Caribbean Region
Caribbean Environment Program
Parc National de Guadeloupe
United Nations Environment Programme
The Regional Activity Centre for the Protocol Concerning Specially Protected Areas and Wildlife for the Wider Caribbean Region

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St Pierre, Martinique, FWI Angel fish, Guadeloupe COP8 Paille en queue à bec rouge Water Quality assessment Secchi disk - St Maarten Nature Foundation, August (...) Mise en œuvre d'activités auprès des communautés locales, Haïti Blow of humpack whale, Guadeloupe SPAW-RAC presentation on regional cooperation around the sargassum (...)

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News

SPAW Newsletter N°23
You can download the SPAW newsletter N°23 of March 2019.
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SPAW-RAC news
The SPAW-RAC is hosted by DEAL of Guadeloupe since January 1, 2019. Our contact details have changed. Our new mail adresses are : Sandrine PIVARD (sandrine.pivard@developpement-durable.gouv.fr), (...)
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Meetings and events in 2019
January Dates Topics Place February Dates Topics Place 25 Feb - 1 March 25th Session of the International Saebed Authority Council (Part I). More information. Kingston, Saint Andrew, Jamaica (...)
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The SPAW-RAC is now hosted by DEAL of Guadeloupe since January 1, 2019. Our contact details have changed. Our new mail adresses are :

  • Sandrine PIVARD (sandrine.pivard(at)developpement-durable.gouv.fr), Director
  • Marius DRAGIN (marius.dragin(at)developpement-durable.gouv.fr), Assistant
  • Samuel HENRY (samuel.henry(at)i-carre.net), Project officer
  • Mike HÉLION (mike.helion(at)i-carre.net), Project officer
  • Élise QUESLIN (elise.queslin(at)developpement-durable.gouv.fr), Project Manager


Accommodated by the  DEAL de la Guadeloupe  [Guadeloupe Environment Planning and Housing Direction] and funded by the French Government, the SPAW-RAC works under the aegis of the  Regional Coordination Unit for the United Nations Environment Programme in Kingston , to implement the  SPAW protocol  concerning the protection of marine and coastal biodiversity in the wider Caribbean region, from the Gulf of Mexico to the Caribbean Sea.


Download the detailed list of countries that have ratified the SPAW Protocol.





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Bahamas | Barbados | Belize | Colombia | Cuba | Dominican Republic | France (Guadeloupe, Guyane, Martinique, Saint-Barthélémy, Saint-Martin) | Grenada | Guyana | Netherlands (Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao, Saba, Sint-Eustachius, Sint Maarten) | Panama | Saint-Lucia | St Vincent and the Grenadines | Trinidad and Tobago | United States (States bordering the Gulf of Mexico; U.S. Virgin Islands; Puerto-Rico) - Venezuela