Enhancing biodiversity in the Blankenberge harbor

Blankenberge, Belgium
The biodiversity in the North Sea is under threat due to overfishing, pollution, and habitat destruction. Intensive fishing practices have depleted fish stocks and damaged the seabed. Pollution from agricul- tural runoff and industrial activities has led to water quality degradation. Additionally, infrastructure projects disrupt marine habitats, further impacting marine life. We need to rethink how infrastructure projects are carried out, making them more in harmony with nature. The project: Our collaborative effort with Deme Group & Artes, V...Read more
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4
eco block(s) supported
in harbor breakwater
50
eco blocks as the goal for Spring 2025
300
grams of CO2 storage per sqm eco block annually

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