The new scientific council of the RNNHCJ is in place.
Its role is to assist the Nature Reserve in its management, whether to give an opinion on actions already in place, requests for external interventions (works, events, etc.) but also to help create new scientific monitoring that is part of the management plan.
This scientific council is made up of 24 volunteer members who are specialists in various fields, both environmental sciences (botany, zoology, ecology, geology) and any other field that may concern the Nature Reserve (sociology, pastoralism, climatology, archaeology, etc.).
The members are encouraged to participate in other bodies of the Nature Reserve, in particular the Advisory Committee, to bring their expertise to local actors and State services.
Welcome new members.