Jean Jacques F. is a young researcher in the field of environmental science. He has worked in various tour companies as a Tour Leader specializing in birds of Madagascar during 13 years while focusing on sustainable tourism, performing national, regional, and local analysis of Tourism and its potential as a sustainable economic development tool. Previous to this, he used to work as a Translator-Interpreter in International companies. Besides, he has also been teaching English in high schools and universities during the last decade. He is highly motivated, hard-working person, experienced individual, with good interpersonal skills and cross-cultural skills. He‟s currently in pursuit of his PhD in Marine Ecology. In addition, he‟s been active in joining lots of international conferences as a guest speaker in Indonesia, South Korea, the United States and many more. Also, he‟s written and published articles in international journals and has worked as a journal reviewer in American Environmental Journals. Among his articles include his research entitled „the impacts of climate change on Bali Starling (leucopsar rotschildi) and their habitat, a research undertaken in Bali, Indonesia.

Besides, he‟s running mada-safari Tour Company, which is more than just a tour company, providing lasting memories in Madagascar through extraordinary trips and vivid experiences. Mada-safari teams, a 100% locally-born tour guides and drivers, have a solid expertise in all destinations.

The ultimate objective of mada-safari is to create a community-based projects including „Women Empowerment‟ and the “Environment Learning Corner” where it shall benefit the locals in hope to raise awareness regarding the dire impacts of climate change upon our planet while encouraging them, whether kids or adults to take advantage in taking actions. This Environment Learning Corner will also collaborate with the local primary schools or junior high schools as well as high schools not forgetting adults to get an access into it and learn a lot about environment not limited to ecology, biology, and conservation but may also teach the locals concerning the 3Rs strategy known as reduce, reuse, and recycle. Also, the center shall provide outdoor programs for youth and the communities in order to encourage leadership development enhance their skills for outdoor recreation and gain an appreciation for our natural world. Moreover, the project shall focus on how youth can understand the importance of shifting fossil f el into renewable or clean energy such as the use of solar panel and clean water accessibility and its preservation.