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Regional Project
for Sustainable
Ecosystem Management

Pacific Territories
Regional Project
for Sustainable
Ecosystem Management

Pacific Territories
Regional Project
for Sustainable
Ecosystem Management

Pacific Territories
Regional Project
for Sustainable
Ecosystem Management

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Agriculture and forestry

Agriculture and forestry

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Coastal fisheries and aquaculture

Coastal fisheries and aquaculture

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Invasive species

Invasive species

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Territoires

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New Caledonia

  • 269 000 inhabitants 
  • 24 000 km² lagoon. Second largest lagoon of the world, 60 % is registered as a world heritage site by UNESCO
  • 3 400 km shoreline
  • 3 400 plant species, 74% of which are endemic
  • 1 700 species of reef fish

New Caledonia

Area : 18 576 km²

Capital : Noumea

Region : Melanesia

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Wallis and Futuna

  • 11 700 inhabitants
  • 3 main volcanic tropical islands
  • 220 km² lagoon
  • 7 endemic plants 
  • Close to 650 species of coastal fish

Wallis and Futuna

Area : 142 km² 

Capital : Mata Utu

Region : Polynesia

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French Polynesia

  • 273 000 inhabitants
  • 15 000 km² lagoon
  • 3 521 km² land area
  • 905 indigenous plant species, of which 63% are endemic
  • 1 200 species of reef fish

French Polynesia

Area : 5,5 million km² maritime domain

Capital : Papeete

Region : Polynesia

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Pitcairn Islands

  • 50 inhabitants
  • 5 islands: Pitcairn Island, Ducie, Bounty Bay, Sandy Island and Oeno
  • 800 000 km exclusive economic zone (EEZ) 
  • 10 endemic species
  • 28 species of nesting birds

Pitcairn Islands

Area : 47 km²

Capital : Adamstown 

Region : Polynesia

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