La Réserve naturelle de Saint-Martin est une aire marine protégée de 30km2 située au nord-est de l’île de Saint-Martin. Créé en 1998, cet espace préserve les cinq principaux écosystèmes de l’île : récifs coralliens, mangroves, herbiers de phanérogames, étangs et forêt sèche littorale. La Réserve gère également les 14 étangs du Conservatoire du littoral et ses 11 km de rivages terrestres naturels.

A Strategy For The Environmental Police

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Since hurricane Irma, life at the Réserve returned a little more to normal on November 22 with the participation of Nicolas Maslach and Franck Roncuzzi at the “Copolen,” the steering committee for the environmental police, in Guadeloupe. Organized at the request of the prosecutor’s office in Basse-Terre, the goal of this meeting was to put an operational strategy in place to control the zones protected by the environmental code. The four themes discussed by the committee were wastewater systems, urbanism, protected zones, and pollution. Director of the Réserve de Saint-Martin, Nicolas Maslach, and Franck Roncuzzi director of the office for development, surveillance, and the environmental police, worked with the public prosecutors in Basse-Terre, a jurist, and the director of Environmental Affairs (DEAL), as well as representatives of the gendarmerie, the Conservatoire du Littoral, the National Office for Hunting and Wildlife, the National Forestry Office, the French Biodiversity Agency, and the Réserve of Saint Barthélemy.

1st Copolen of Saint Martin The first meeting by the steering committee for the environmental police (Copolen) of Saint Martin was held in mid-December, with the goal of putting in place a management strategy for the environmental police. This strategy was examined in relationship with urbanism and the plan for the prevention of risks, in the presence of the Réserve, vice prosecutor Yves Paillard, president Daniel Gibbs, prefect Anne Laubies, director of the service of urbanism, and representatives of DEAL, the gendarmerie, and the Collectivity.

All articles from: Journal-31

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