SOLUTIONS FOR THE RESTORATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF MARINE BIODIVERSITY
Reconciling human activities and the preservation of marine ecosystems.
Coastal development and overexploitation of fisheries resources have upset the balance of marine ecosystems.
The environmental consequences are numerous and sometimes irreversible:
- fall in marine biodiversity,
- destruction of key ecosystems (coral reefs, mangroves, sea grass beds, etc.),
- loss of essential ecological functions (nursery, reproduction, etc.),
- reduction in ecosystem services (marine resources, erosion control and flood risk).
Climate change is making these already fragile environments even more vulnerable and the challenge of a more harmonious cohabitation of man and the sea is more relevant than ever.
Seaboost contributes to meeting this challenge by innovating every day in order to deploy concrete and operational solutions to reconcile human activities and marine biodiversity.
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Seaboost's participation in the exhibition "Ocean, an unusual dive at National Museum of Natural History in Paris.
Martin Perrot, COO, email@example.com
Julien Dalle, Project Manager in ecological engineering, Julien.DALLE@seaboost.fr
Matthieu Lapinski, Marine biologist - Aquatic ecological engineering and artificial reefs Matthieu.LAPINSKI@seaboost.fr