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Review 2020 - Outlook 2021

Press release - 22th of january 

"After a year 2020 that obviously saw a great deal of disruption, Ports of Normandy looks forward to 2021 with some great projects ahead. Brexit could well lead to a reshuffling of the cards as far as cross-Channel traffic is concerned, and Ports of Normandy has every intention of consolidating and even developing its position as leader at the Western end of the Strait. Marine Renewable Energies will soon begin to boost traffic through the ports, proving that the strategy of developing Ports of Normandy and the investments made were the right ones.

On the works side, with the renovation of the Colbert bridge in Dieppe, the replacement of the Colombelles bridge over the canal linking Caen to the sea and the creation of a rail motorway terminal at the port of Cherbourg, there is no shortage of new projects, proof of our determination to invest in Normandy," 

Hervé Morin, President of the Normandy Regional Council and Ports of Normandy. 

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The Scientific Interest Group GIS ECUME was constituted

The Scientific Interest Group GIS ECUME (“cumulated effects at sea”) was constituted on 17th November 2020 in Caen for an initial six-year term.

The group’s main objective is the development of a scientific approach and methodology for assessing the cumulated impacts of human activities in the coastal environment (granulate extractions, marine renewable energies (submarine cables), harbour dredging and deposition of dredged sediments, fishing activities and notably trawling).


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Last update: 20/04/2021
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