For its 1,300,000 inhabitants over 1,865 km2, the coastline of Mauritius represents:
– a food resource through fishing,
– the main leisure areas,
– a cultural identity,
– the main resource of the tourism industry.

In the absence or by the denial of master plans and legal frameworks, the coastline and beaches are subject to extensive development, an over-
exploitation insofar as they form the main resource of Mauritius in several ways.


Current Actions

August - December 2020

mru2025 sponsors the
re-evaluation of ecosystems

October - December 2020

AKNL participates in
National Development Strategy (NDS)

November 2020

UNDP publishes investigation report
following ellegations from AKNL

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