INTERNATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS, SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERIES, EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES, JOBS CREATION
Eco-Alianza de Loreto proudly announces the selection of Sula Vanderplank, Ph.D, as Executive Director of the newly established CEMA, Centro de Estudios del Medio Ambiente, an international research center for conservation and public service, based in Loreto, Baja California Sur. Sula brings her broad background in conservation-science projects focused on coastal systems to bear upon this exciting project. CEMA, is an international partnership begun six years ago with the University of California. Born from Sister Park initiative in collaboration with the Channel Islands National Park, Ventura, California, which resulted in an international treaty signed by the United States and Mexico, CEMA is unique in its mission.
TOGETHER, with our national and international partners, we can create a world-wide focus on Baja California Sur’s natural wonders and conservation needs. By establishing scientific baselines through focused research, we can begin to develop solutions with global impact. Alliances with universities, researchers, educators, students, groups, government agencies, and international collaborations will help us achieve our long-term objective of increasing shared expertise, knowledge and technology to further conservation, restoration and sustainable use of resources.