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Caribbean Research and Management of Biodiversity

Identification number in the register: 21134237948-51
Registration date: 02/02/2012 22:56:47

The information on this entity was last modified on: 13/02/2015 19:00:04
The date of the last annual update was: 13/02/2015 19:00:04
Next update due latest on: 13/02/2016

    Registrant : Organisation or self-employed individual

Caribbean Research and Management of Biodiversity

Carmabi

NGO

    Section of registration

III - Non-governmental organisations

Non-governmental organisations, platforms and networks and similar

    Contact details

Piscaderabaai, 00000
P.O. box: 2090
Willemstad 00000
NETHERLANDS ANTILLES

(+5999) 5103067

    Person with legal responsibility

Mr  Mark Vermeij

Science director

    Person in charge of EU relations

Mr  Mark Vermeij

Science director

    Goals / remit

All departments (education, consultancy, research and park management) of CARMABI have their own mission and vision statement, but the overall vision of our organization is to be the leading organization in the Caribbean on applied natural sciences by means of knowledge acquisition, knowledge dispersal and nature management applications.

  • European
  • global
  • national
  • regional/local

    Specific activities covered by the Register

UNESCO WHS, SIDS, H2020, ECLAC


 

No

No

EU BEST Initiative, EUCARINET, ALCUE Net, UNESCO WHS

No

No

Nature, both above as below the water, has been intensively studied on Curaçao for more than five decades resulting in a large number of studies and publications. To facilitate this research, CARMABI, short for the Caribbean Marine Biological Institute was founded in 1955. In addition to facilitating and conducting research, this institute now plays an important role in advising government and other local organizations on the sustainable use of its natural resources. At present the institute runs a Natural Parks program by which it manages several protected areas such as the Christoffel Park (2000 hec2), the Shete Boka Park, known for its nesting turtles and the Curacao Marine Park, spanning 20km of uninhabited shore line. The institute still sits at its original, picturesque location at the opening of the Piscaderabay and reefs are found right in front of it. The institute can now house up to 25 persons on its premises, and recently renovated all dormitories, modernized its dive-facilities (Air/ Nitrox) and acquired new boats. The institute is currently visited by approx. 70 scientists a year for research purposes and by various universities for courses related to coral reef ecology.

    Number of persons involved in the activities described in the box above

25%: 1

1

0.2

    Persons accredited for access to European Parliament premises

No accredited persons

    Fields of interest

  • Agriculture and Rural Development
  • Climate Action
  • Communication
  • Culture
  • Economic and Financial Affairs
  • Education
  • Environment
  • External Relations
  • Fisheries and Aquaculture
  • General and Institutional Affairs
  • Information Society
  • Public Health
  • Regional Policy
  • Research and Technology
  • Trans-European Networks
  • Youth

    Membership and affiliation

30

  • AUSTRIA
  • FRANCE
  • GERMANY
  • NETHERLANDS
  • PORTUGAL
  • UNITED KINGDOM

Association of Marine Laboratories in the Caribbean (AMLC)
Dutch Caribbean Nature Alliance (DCNA)
International Society for Reef Studies (ISRS)

    Financial data

01/2013  -  12/2013

< 9,999  

670,000 €

670,000 €

450,000 €

Local government

20,000 €

Research grants (EU + Private)

150,000 €

50,000 €

0 €

    Code of conduct

By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.

The organisation has also declared to be bound to the following other Code:
Mark Vermeij