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LIFE Adapt Island (restoration of eco-systems)



Restore Corals, Seagrass and Mangroves and fight against Climate Change !

Rolled out in 2019, the Adapt’ Island project will restore the eco-systems, corals and mangroves throughout 8000 ha of maritime area in Guadeloupe. This is a unique and pioneering initiative to test the methodologies of restoration and replicate them to other territories.
Did you know that Corals and Mangroves do not only protect the coast against erosion, and extreme weather events, but also have an enormous potential for the sequestration of CO2? As many other islands, Guadeloupe is a small island territory located in the intertropical zone. This situation makes it particularly vulnerable to various threats induced by climate change, such as the risks associated with accelerated coastal erosion (sea level rise, increased cyclone intensity). Moreover, 31 of the 32 towns of Guadeloupe are located on the littoral and are vulnerable to climate change.
corail_bizarre_2Nevertheless, some marine and coastal ecosystems such as mangroves, seagrass beds and coral reefs can significantly reduce erosion and protect coasts during cyclonic events. In addition, seagrass beds and mangroves are natural carbon sinks, sequestering atmospheric CO2 that is partly responsible for climate change. It is therefore essential to protect these coastal and marine ecosystems, but also to restore them where possible to create a climate adaptation strategy for the territory. This is why the Cayoli program and the project Climate Adapt (with Pilot4dev) proposes to restore ecosystems including corals to improve the climate adaptation strategy.
You could actively contribute to this fantastic project… Actually, this is quite simple we will install underwater videos to monitor the project and see how the coral evolves…Through the Cayoli website, you can get regular news …Your organization wants to take part? We could also add your organization’s logo to the donors:
This project is co-funded by the LIFE Climate Programme
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Co-funded by EU

This project is co-funded by the European Union


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