Sustainable Development

Biodiversity issues at PORT REUNION

BIOLOGICAL INVASION The port is an “easy” point of entry for a number of unwanted species, many of whom – including reptiles, amphibians and insects – arrive by boat from other countries. These non-native pests can become invasive and threaten local biodiversity, impacting the local economy and human health. In the event unknown wildlife is […]

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GPMDLR takes part in the 3rd Port du Futur contest

26 September 2019 Events, Sustainable Development

The Port du Futur contest rewards ports that have developed an innovative projects with a company and/or research laboratory. For this 3rd edition, GPMDLR presented its Natural Heritage Master Plan (NHMP) in the “Environmentally friendly Infrastructures and processes” category. The NHMP is part of a voluntary and innovative approach that goes beyond GPMDLR’s remit, enabling us to learn […]

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