RESOLAG, a lagoon observation network to enhance the pearl-farming sector in French Polynesia

Launched in 2018, RESOLAG, the Lagoon Observation Network of French Polynesia, has since 2020 been able to rely on the support of the PROTEGE Programme in its activities.

Discover the network of agroecology demonstration farms in Wallis and Futuna

(content available in French only) Découvrez le réseau de fermes de démonstration en agroécologie de Wallis et Futuna A Wallis et Futuna, sept agriculteurs font partie du réseau de fermes de démonstration en agroécologie PROTEGE.

The Loyalty Islands are studying the opportunities for aquaculture and fish farming in their islands

Les Îles Loyautés étudient les enjeux de l’aquaculture et de la pisciculture pour leurs îles

Green News: Pitcairn’s authorities have launched a renewable energy project

Photo credit: SPC/Adrien Lauranceau-Moineau Pitcairn Islands, a group of five islands with a total area of 47 km2 and which constitute one of the most remote archipelagos in the world, turn to safer, greener energies that best meet the needs of the…

The PROTEGE project supports the sustainable management of pearl farming in Mangareva, French Polynesia

(Content available only in French) Dans le cadre du projet PROTEGE, une délégation composée de deux agents de la Direction des Ressources Marines de Polynésie française et de deux agents de la Communauté du Pacifique, se sont déplacés à Mangareva du 25…

Wallis and Futuna fight against invasive species to preserve its biodiversity

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Green News: Food system initiatives census in French Overseas Territories

Many stakeholders, initiatives and local communities need to be onboard to build a resilient food system. The PROTEGE project carries out a census and a mapping of initiatives on the promotion of local products from fishing and agriculture. (Full content…

Green News: Tap water, the main source of drinking water in New Caledonia

9 out of 10 New Caledonians use tap water as their main source of drinking water. The New Caledonia Health and Social Affairs Department carried out a “water-health barometer” study financed by the European PROTEGE project. According to this study, New…

Green News: Substitutes for imported animal-feed products are being found through local production of insects for poultry farmers

By drawing inspiration from how natural ecosystems functions, a circular economy makes it possible to: create positive value loops with each use or reuse of the material or product before its final destruction, avoid depletion of natural resources by…

Green News: reusing waste from fisheries and aquaculture for agricultural purposes

In a context of environmental and health disruptions, reusing waste from fisheries and aquaculture for agricultural purposes has real resilience potential for local communities in the Pacific Islands. Tests are currently being carried out in French…
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