Opening BRGM to society in Guadeloupe (2018)
The April 21, 2018 - Guadeloupe
As a public institution for research and expert studies, BRGM contributes to the dialogue between science and society in its different fields.
Establishing a dialogue with civil society representatives in the French regions
BRGM's regional representatives organise meetings with representatives of civil society groups to discuss regional environmental questions relating to BRGM's areas of expertise and on which papers and articles have been published.
These meetings provide opportunities for open and constructive discussions. They stimulate exchanges of knowledge - or of knowledge "gaps” - questions from all parties and the expression of their expectations, while observing the ethical principles that guarantee transparency and trust and preserve the independent judgement of all concerned.
Summary of the meeting held on 21 April 2018
Topic on the agenda
Volcanic risks in the Caribbean volcanic arc.
Date and venue
Saturday 21 April 2018
- Film and debate organized by the DOT SOLEY association. The film entitled "La culture du risque" by Florian Geyer and François Flohic was shown as a support for discussions and exchanges
- Debate on volcanic risks in the Caribbean volcanic arc.
50 participants attending
Specific points, participants' expectations and questions, discussions
The DOT SOLEY association organised a film and debate session which was attended by about fifty participants, some of whom were from civil society groups. The film entitled "La culture du risque" by Florian Geyer and Francois Flohic stimulated a debate on volcanic risks in the Caribbean and particularly in Guadeloupe. Questions were asked about volcanic eruptions in the Caribbean. The missions of the Guadeloupe Regional Division were presented, in particular its research and expert reports on natural geological risks.