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2015-12-03
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The 1er vice-president Guillaume Arnell, senator of Saint-Martin, and the territorial adviser in charge of Cooperation, Louis Fleming, represented the Collectivité de Saint-Martin at COP 21 in Paris. At the heart of the exchanges between the government and the overseas departments, the two Saint-Martin members were able to expose the problems and the environmental policy of our territory.

Aware of the stakes of the COP21, President Aline Hanson wanted an effective presence of the community in Paris. At the invitation of Overseas Minister George Pau-Langevin, the ministry organized a specific overseas day in which the local representatives participated, the 1er December 2015, at Le Bourget.

Saint-Martin's elected officials had the opportunity to discuss environmental issues such as renewable energies, coral reef protection, food waste, rising sea levels and pollution. Thus, in the morning, they went to the "Blue Zone" in which they were able to visit numerous stands as well as the "Wider Caribbean" Pavilion, specific to the great Caribbean. It was an opportunity for them to exchange views with the various delegations present.

The Ministry of Overseas France then organized a workshop entitled "Preventing and Responding to Climate Risks in Overseas and Islands". At the workshop, two schemes were presented, the "Rescue" project, whose main objective is to build resilience and safeguard coral reefs in the Pacific area, and the official launch of "Crews", a system From early warning to climate disasters, aimed at increasing the capacities of warning systems and amplifying the prevention of these phenomena, with the exposed populations.

The Saint-Martin delegation also took part in the inauguration of the Espace Génération Climat in the presence of the Minister of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy, Ségolène Royal and Nicolas Hulot.

At the end of the day, the ultramarine delegates were received at the Elysée by the President of the Republic's Marie-Hélène Aubert, Climate-Environment Adviser, to exchange views on overseas issues related to global warming Climate change and the actions taken.

In conclusion, the representatives of the ultramarine territories have not failed to reaffirm the need to take Overseas countries into account in the negotiations of the COP21, not only with regard to the adverse impacts that these territories face as a result of climate change, But also as assets for France and innovation laboratories.


Green Brigade sargasses
Green Brigade sargasses - 2015-09-28
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18 job seekers recruit
18 job seekers recruit - 2015-09-04
In order to respond effectively to the massive stranding of brown algae on our beaches, the Saint Martin Community and the French government have decided to create a green brigade which will come into action at the end of September. Thursday 03 September 2015, the signature of the single contract of insertion between the Employment Pole, the Association Center Symphorien insertion of Quartier d'Orléans and 18 job seekers recruited in assisted contracts, was ...
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25 Territorial Council June 2015
25 Territorial Council June 2015 - 2015-07-07
Major projects of the mandate on the table of the territorial council The Territorial Council of Saint-Martin met in plenary session on Thursday 25 June 2015. With a particularly detailed agenda on the eve of a long holiday, the elected representatives were asked to decide on major deliberations, such as the PLU project, the Marigot Bay project and the project Revitalization of the ...
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Marigot center: The blue parking area will be op
Marigot center: The blue parking area will be op - 2015-06-08
The first measure initiated by President Hanson and his team in the context of the revitalization of downtown Marigot, the creation of a parking zone known as "blue zone" was recorded by the executive board, 05 May 2015. This new territorial regulation will come into force at the end of this year and will concern about 450 parking spaces. Considering the ever increasing growth of the car fleet and the ...
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R
R - 2015-05-13
The Community of Saint-Martin undertook the 16 April 2015 rehabilitation of the public park of the Hôtel de la Collectivité, an arrangement originally planned for July in the 2015 budget of the Sustainable Development Pole, but which was Anticipated due to presidential visit the 08 May. These works of rehabilitation have been the occasion to enhance the flower beds, to renovate the planters and to realize ...
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Vandalism on Community Information Boards
Vandalism on Community Information Boards - 2015-04-21
Bathing conditions The personnel of the Environment and Community Life Department of the Saint-Martin Community again observed, on Tuesday 24 February 2015, the deterioration of information panels installed on the territory by the Community . From bay to plums to Orient Bay, via Friar's Bay and the bay of Grandes Cayes, numerous signs informing the public about the conditions of bathing on the territory of the Collectivity were ...
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Environment and living environment
Environment and living environment - 2015-01-22
Marigot, Monday 19 January 2015 President Aline Hanson received Guy Neuhaus, the new CEO of CITEC Environnement, to whom the Saint Martin community has entrusted since November 2011 the rental and maintenance market for 2171 Bin-waste bins distributed in the territory of the Collectivity. This interview, held at the Hôtel de la Collectivité in the presence of the Director of the Environment and the Living Environment, ...
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The population census campaign is launched
The population census campaign is launched - 2015-01-19
Wednesday 14 January 2015 President Aline Hanson visited the Community Census and Addressing Department on Wednesday, 14 January 2015, to encourage community officers to conduct the population census as part of the campaign National Census for 2015. Hosted by the Head of the Census and Addressing Department, Rosette Parotte, President Hanson was able to realize the training work carried out by the service with the help of INSEE, in order to ...
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