Understanding and protecting biodiversity are vital to the sustainable management of marine ecosystems.
MRE project leaders must be able to benefit from all the necessary technical skills from the selection of the area to the monitoring of the works.
Environmental management from the outset of a project and monitoring the effects of industry on the marine environment can help reduce or offset impacts, or even prevent them in the first place.
The development of coastlines must adhere to principles of sustainable development and coastal resilience. This involves considering all the physical processes affecting the coastline for a full understanding of the impacts on the environment and biodiversity.
As a response to climate change and its implications in terms of sea level rise and the intensification of extreme events, we carry out investigations that allow us to propose suitable adaptation solutions based on the physical, socio-economic and geopolitical impacts observed.
FRENCH POLYNESIA - Asia and Pacific
NEW CALEDONIA - Asia and Pacific
Guadeloupe (971) - Latin America and Caribbean
Pas-de-Calais (62) - France
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