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Published 16.12.2019



Protecting threatened biodiversity in French Outermost Regions by sustainable and demonstration conservation actions

La Reunion

French Guiana




 | Public Project

The BIODIV’OM LIFE programme contributes to the conservation of five globally threatened species in the 5 European outermost regions.

Abstract of the project :

The LIFE BIODIV’OM European programme has been established in order to protect the biodiversity of France’s overseas territories: Guyana, Reunion, Martinique, Saint-Martin and Mayotte.

These overseas territories are home to 80% of France’s biodiversity, a unique biodiversity in the world and exceptional at the European level. However, the biodiversity is highly threatened on these small insular territories by an increasing human population and pressure from investment, forestry, mining and tourism as well as climatic events.

LIFE BIODIV’OM is necessary in order to limit the decline of biodiversity occurring in these 5 overseas territories. It follows on from the LIFE+ CAP DOM European programme that was coordinated by the LPO – (French League for the Protection of Birds) and concerned three French overseas territories: Guyana, Reunion and Martinique from 2010 to 2015. This programme allowed for the elaboration and testing of new methods of protection of birds and a natural habitat: the Guiana savannahs.

This new programme aims at consolidating the useful links formed between the three territories during LIFE+ CAP DOM and to continue to conserve those birds and the Guyana savannas. It includes two new territories: Saint-Martin and Mayotte and three new species: Atlantic goliath grouper, Nassau grouper and Madagascar pond-heron. This programme’s prime aim is to assure the continuity of the actions and to favour less costly methods by favouring the involvement of local people.

The LIFE BIODIV’OM programme has two main objectives:
Increase the populations of 5 global threatened species
Improve the conservation of threatened species’ habitats

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National Park of Reunion Island

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The Society of ornithological studies of Reunion (SEOR) -La Réunion


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