This 5 days-long training is intended for an international francophone public, from public or private organizations, who wants to engage in the sustainable development of coastal and marine territories and in the preservation of marine biodiversity.
This training offers 35 hours of both high-level theoretical teaching, illustrated by operational implementations, and two field trips to meet the local actors.
The objective is to share general knowledge about the challenges and questionings of the conciliation between the development of coastal territories and the preservation of marine biodiversity. The participants will acquire the necessary skills for decision-making as well as familiarize themselves with the current legal and regulatory framework.
They will also benefit from an individualized support for the development of their project and the exchange of good practices with other francophone professionals from all around the world.