In an interview he gave to the press, Ahmed Senhoury, Director of the PRCM, identifies a number of avenues for coastal and marine conservation
On 22 January, the National Assembly of Mauritania passed a bill opening the way to the ratification of the bilateral agreement signed with Senegal in February 2018 on the development of the gas field located at the sea border shared by both countries.
A workshop on “Reducing the impact of infrastructures on coastal ecosystems: issues and challenges for Senegal” was organized 4-6 December 2018 in Somone and Toubab Dialaw, Senegal by GAIA (Action and Initiative Group for an alternative development) and APPEL
A platform of Mauritanian stakeholders involved in the management of offshore oil and gas activities was created on 7 December 2018 following an experience sharing and consultation workshop organized by the Ministry of Environment, with the support of BIODIVERCITES and the collaboration of the PRCM and GIZ.
The President of BiodiverCités, Ms. Maïmouna Saleck, and the Director of environmental control at the Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development, Mr. Cheikh Tourad Ould Mohamed Saadbouh, will be my guests this week at a Sahel debate on the environmental benefits of gas, mine and oil production in Mauritania.
The awareness of Senegal’s Members of Parliament was raised about the need to lessen environmental and socioeconomic risks entailed by offshore oil
Fary Ndao is an expert in geology who has recently published L’Or noir du Sénégal, an educational handbook that sheds light on the oil industry