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Beyond the diversity of the territories of the Atlantic Ocean, common issues invite us to think about a regional development of the basin to bring the actors into dialogue, find sustainable solutions at the regional level and contribute to the improvement of living conditions of the populations...
Published in May 2022
Consulted 21 times
The Caribbean is home to about 1% of the world’s biodiversity, 10% of the world’s coral reefs and a large proportion of the world’s endemic species. Caribbean countries are heavily dependent on marine and coastal ecosystems, which are a source of livelihood for their populations and form the...
Published on 03 Nov 2021
Consulted 67 times
Despite their diversity, the territories around the Atlantic Ocean share common issues that call for a regional approach to development. This can consist in encouraging dialogue among stakeholders, finding sustainable solutions on a regional scale, and helping to improve living conditions for...
Published on 14 Apr 2021
Eastern Caribbean states are highly exposed to extreme weather. Advances in impact forecasting and disaster risk financing create opportunities for reducing the impacts of imminent disasters; but proponents of ‘forecast-based early action’ must be careful to avoid crowding out longer-term...
Published in January 2021
Despite their diversity, the States and territories of the Atlantic Basin share common issues that call for regional development. This approach can be used to encourage dialogue among stakeholders, find sustainable solutions on a regional scale, and ensure decent living conditions for local...
Published in February 2020
Consulted 141 times
Present in the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans, France has five departments and regions and seven overseas collectivities which are home to 2.7 million French citizens. Scattered across the globe, the overseas territories concentrate 97% of France’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ) – the second...
Published on 09 Mar 2020