Saturday, July 06
Half of our beaches could disappear by 2050. Our drinking water resources will decrease to 13% by then, while demand for blue gold is expected to increase inevitably ...
Friday, July 05
The village of Morne seems to run an ecological danger. This is the observation made by foreigners working for the Africa Eco agency, in a report entitled Lagoon Management System (LMS), which was sponsored by Le Morne Heritage Trust Fund.
Friday, June 21
By the end of the year, plans for protection of 12 Mauritian beaches will be made public.
Friday, June 07
The Mauritian coastline is one that many countries would be proud to possess. The smooth white sand, transparent blue sea and lagoons protected by reefs are visited daily by many locals as well as tourists.
Friday, May 24
The rehabilitation of 270 meters along the coast marine cemetery Cap-Malheureuxrife is done. At least that is what assurance yesterday the leaders of this project namely PAD & CO hand contractor and Gibbs & Partner, consultant to the Minister of the Environment and Sustainable Development, Deva Virahsawmy which also visited three other beaches.
Tuesday, May 14
The work was well acueillis by locals. These will stop the erosion that has seriously destroyed this beach, left to itself. The authorities want to attract picnickers from the village and other places.
Monday, March 04
Public beach, private right of way, space ... Conflicts between hoteliers and owners of waterfront bungalows and picnickers multiply and occasionally revive the debate on the accessibility to beaches and no geometric .
Tuesday, February 19
The controversy swells around a beautification project of a portion of the beach of Trou aux Biches (TAB), specifically to Casuarina Hotel. This project, initiated by Richard Paulose, promoter of foreign origin, but has recently obtained citizenship of Mauritius, involving the transformation of this part of the beach, with coconut palm plantation and also imposing rocks the beach has angered locals.
Saturday, January 19
For years, swimmers and fishermen benefited fully from the beach of Balaclava and had free access. However, since November, these users had their activities disrupted. The privatization of the path is the cause.
Friday, November 30
Le problème d’érosion s’est accentué au fil des ans en raison de l’action conjuguée des phénomènes naturels rares et des activités humaines, notamment le développement rapide sur le littoral, des travaux de construction réalisés sur les plages et l’extraction de sable du lagon à des fins de construction.