||Description of involvement
||Specific coordination measures
||Comments (if any)
||Unclear on what "institutions" are.
||Regular public presentations and events. Press releases, TV programs and Radio shows.
||Encouraging awareness, building understanding, fundraising.
||Staff are also very active with social media with 1800 Facebook friends for Nature Foundation St Maarten.
||Staff work with a host of decision makers. Mostly ad hoc meetings, more frequently with some than others. tours also given to ministers and other groups.
||Dependent on the stakeholder.
||Department of maritime affairs; MPA, Ballast testing, Project Advice, Commercial activity in the lagoon.
Building and zoning department; Infractions
Public works; Equipment use
Environmental service; MPO, Environmental standards, Service Level Agreements.
Legal department; Pending legislation
Prosecutors office; Reporting crimes
Harbour office; Moorings, shipping, MPA map
Coast Guard; CITES, Fisheries, boating issues, nets
Agriculture department (Govt); CITESand animal control
Tourism department (Govt); Funding, joint projects
Schools; Environmental education and contributions of the Nature Foundation.
Police; Infractions, fishing licence for lion fish
||Ad hoc meetings with some, structured meetings with dive operators and the SHTA (tourism association)
||Tourism association SHTA: MPA in general
Dive Operators; Moorings and fees
Hoteliers; Hospitality and trade
||Work with fishermen and schools, local youth groups. Includes meetings, presentations, tours of the marine park.
||Fisherfolk; MPA Map / zoning/fishing areas
||Many different NGO's for advice, networking and management of the MPA. Tours for airport personnel, religious groups and trade associations.
CaMPAM; MPA research
Coral List; Various
The Nature Conservancy (TNC); Sustainability
Reefcheck; Data exchange
SPAW; MPA work