27, 28 & 29 November 2024 in Lisbon

Environment and biodiversity

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November 28, 2024 • 14h15 - 17h30

As ports expand their activities and cities continue to grow in size and population, the surrounding environment and biodiversity are placed under pressure. Various sources of disturbance impact the marine and terrestrial environment surrounding port cities: from oil spills to micro-plastic pollution, from under-water noise to invasive species introduction, to the destruction of habitats and ecosystems. However, port cities and their stakeholders are taking action in various ways to limit their negative externalities and protect the environment. During this session, various good practices will be explored that aim to decrease these negative impacts on the environment and conserve biodiversity and local ecosystems.

Sébastien DUPRAY

Directeur
CEREMA EAU, MER ET FLEUVES

Location: European Safety Maritime Agency
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