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Partners of the LIFE Eau&Climat project – SMBVLB

Page mise à jour le27/10/2021

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The Syndicat mixte du bassin versant des lacs du Born (SMBVLB - Born lakes governance body) was created by the prefectoral decree on 9 April 2014 and has been effective since 1 July 2014.

The competences of the SMBVLB relate to the management and maintenance of waterways, and the animation of the implementation phase of the SAGE: 

  • carrying out studies, project management missions, monitoring, coordination and advice, for the management of aquatic environments in its territory
  • animation of the implementation phase of the SAGE Etangs littoraux Born et Buch
  • animation, advice/technical support, coordination and awareness-raising with institutions, collectivities and users for  the implementation of the SAGE and the PPGCE (Programme Pluriannuel de Gestion des Cours d’Eau - Multiannual Programme for River Management) , in particular through the development of educational materials and actionsacquisition and dissemination of knowledge on aquatic environments
  • acquisition and dissemination of knowledge on aquatic environments

 

Website: https://www.sage-born-et-buch.fr/

 


TERRITORY

Carte SMBLVB
Source : SMBVLB
  • Surface area: 1 121km² (SMBVLB) et 1 490 km² pour le SAGE
  • River basin district : Adour-Garonne
  • Number of SAGE supported: 1
  • SAGE involved in the LIFE Eau&Climat project: SAGE Etangs littoraux Born et Buch
  • Other management tools concerned by the project:  
    • PPGCE (Programme Pluriannuel de Gestion des Cours d’Eau - Multiannual Programme for River Management)
    • DOCOB Natura 2000
    • PCAET (Plan Climat Air Energie Territorial - planning tool that aims to mitigate climate change, develop renewable energy and control energy consumption)
    •  ...
  • The territory’s issues concerning the climate change:
    • water management
    • uses including tourism
    • biodiversity

CONTRIBUTION AT THE LIFE EAU&CLIMAT PROJECT

SMBVLB is particularly involved in the following actions:

  • Development and validation of decision support tools -> expectations, recommendations, demonstration and validation of tools
  • Mobilisation of local stakeholders -> conducting a prospective study to define a strategy for adaptation to climate change at the local level
  • Facilitating access to hydro-climatic data -> specification of needs in terms of data and indicators
  • Strengthen exchanges between researchers and managers -> development of a modelling tool adapted to coastal water bodies
  • Strengthen exchanges between researchers and managers -> development of a modelling tool adapted to coastal water bodies