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Welcome to our website

The Dutch Caribbean Nature Alliance is regional network of protected areas set up to help and assist the park management and conservation organisations on the islands of Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao, Saba, St. Eustatius and St. Maarten. Together we are working to safeguard our unique natural world in the Dutch Caribbean.

Through this website we hope to create an online source of information and inspiration to colleagues, friends and supporters around the world who, like us, are united in their dedication to protecting our planet’s nature.

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Want to join a great team working to conserve nature in the Caribbean? We have a current vacancy for a Research Communications Assistant based at our headquarters on Bonaire. The position will be responsible for facilitating research and communicating the value, relevance and and major findings of biodiversity science in the Dutch Caribbean. We are looking for someone with experience and/or education in communication. An understanding of tropical ecosystems and conservation management is a plus.

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Dutch Caribbean Islands

The Dutch Caribbean islands are remote, tiny and divided into two distinct groups which are separated by more than 900 km of open water. Their natural heritage is rich and diverse, making them a ‘hotspot’ for biodiversity.