The Conservatoire du littoral (French Coastal Conservation Agency) is a public institution under supervision of the Ministry of the Environment, pursuing a land policy for the preservation of coastal areas in metropolitan France and overseas.
The PIM Initiative is an NGO committed to the conservation of small islands through the implementation of concrete actions (ecological restoration, facilities, signage …) and knowledge sharing in the Mediterranean, relying on a pool of international experts.
SMILO is an NGO that accompanies the sustainable development of islands of less than 150km2 on an international scale. SMILO offers its expertise and support on biodiversity, water, energy, waste, and heritage challenges. It has created a “Sustainable Island” label to promote sustainable co-management of island territories.
The Rhone-Mediterranean-Corsica Water Agency is a French public institution dedicated to water conservation. It collects the water tax paid by all users and reinvests it with local authorities, economic and agricultural actors to reduce pollution and promote a better use of available water. The agency also organizes consultations with local stakeholders and the production and dissemination of knowledge on water resources.
The French Facility for Global Environment (FFEM) funds sustainable development projects that integrate the preservation of global public goods, international solidarity, and innovation in developing and emerging countries. FFEM promotes innovative solutions in the fields of biodiversity, climate, international waters, land degradation, including deforestation, chemical pollutants, and the stratospheric ozone layer.
Blue is a non-profit endowment fund aiming at building a better future through project grants equity investments and initiative incubation. Blue provides financial grants for Effective, Efficient and Sustainable projects to strengthen resilient marine ecosystems.
ISOS+ is a Franco-Italian project that aims to promote the emergence of an active network of small island managers in the Marittimo area. The 9 partners of this project work on the dissemination of good practices and on the construction of a strategy for sustainable development on small islands at a European scale, which would allow the construction of future island projects.