Conseil Régional de La Réunion:

The Regional Council of Reunion island has been providing financial support to GLOBICE’s research programs ever since 2006. The main programs thus financed concern humpback whales, Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins and cetacean inventories around Reunion island.

Direction de l'Environnement, de l'Aménagement et du Logement (DEAL):

In 2005, the Direction for Environment, Town and country planning, and Housing officially recognized GLOBICE as an association acting for wildlife conservation. It also financially supports Globice’s projects and studies.
National natural marine reserve of Reunion island:

Thanks to its studies and knowledge of protected marine mammal populations in Reunion island, GLOBICE contributes to the environemental assessment of the national natural marine reserve. There exists a partnership between the NNMR and GLOBICE to increase  public awareness on marine biodiversity.

Brigade Nature Océan Indien (BNOI):

GLOBICE and the Indian Ocean Nature Squad work together on data collection such as photo-identification and biopsy samples. BNOI provides for staff and a boat, whereas GLOBICE also sends staff and determines the scientific protocols to be followed.
Nature et Découvertes Foundation :

The foundation provides financial support for the research program dedicated to spermwhales in Reunion and Mauritius islands (spatial distribution, social structures and phto-identification). It also supports the development of this website.
Kélonia :

The marine turtle observatory Kelonia  and GLOBICE work together on education and awareness programs. Furthermore, certain surveys at sea are jointly conducted (CETO Project, Glorieuses and Juan de Nova islands).
Marine Ecology Laboratory (ECOMAR), University of La Réunion:

GLOBICE welcomes master’s students from ECOMAR and participates in scientific meetings organized by the university (WIOMSA). Sea surveys such as the CéTO project (Cetacea Turtles Birds) are jointly being conducted .
Museum of Natural History of La Réunion (MHN):

GLOBICE works with the MHN on education programs, particularly through the development of educational tools and public events.
IFREMER (French Research Institute for Exploitation of the Sea):

GLOBICE is working with IFREMER on a genetic program on cetaceans and has been invoved in the SWIOFP (South West Indian Ocean Fisheries Project).
Aquarium of La Réunion:

The association works together with the Aquarium, especially for the developpement of education tools, exebition and public events.

Mauritius Marine Conservation Society (MMCS) :

GLOBICE and the MMCS are working in partnership onthe sperm whale project conducted around Reunion and Mauritius.
Research Centre of Marine Mammals of La Rochelle (CRMM):

GLOBICE coordinates the local stranding network in La Réunion, under supervision of the CRMM,  in charge of the National Stranding Network.
International Union for Conservation of Nature  (UICN) :

Globice is a member of the IUCN as of June 2010, and worked in partnership with the French Committee of the IUCN to assess the conservation status of marine mammals in La Reunion  (Red List of Threatened Species).
Office National de la Chasse et de la Faune Sauvage (National Hunting and Wildlife Agency) – La Réunion and Mayotte (ONCFS):
The ONCFS Reunion-Mayotte and Globice, through the contribution of the BNOI, work together on research programs and publications.

Vie Océane (Ocean life)

Globice works with Vie Océane, especially for the developpement of education tools, exhibits and public events.
Croisières et Découvertes

This company participates in Globice's research programs by embarking observers who collect data at sea.


This company participates in Globice's research programs by embarking observers who collect data at sea.
Réunion Fishing Club

This company participates in Globice's research programs by embarking observers who collect data at sea.
Interactive Individual Identification System ( i3S )

i3S has developed a recognition software for whales' photo identification. Globice participated in the achievement of this program by providing photographs of individual humpback whales' flukes.