Implementation of the review of the State of the Environment (SOE) of the 2022 - 2027 water management cycle of Martinique - Economic study

Office de l'Eau Martinique

In accordance with the Water Framework Directive (WFD) adopted in December 2000, Article L.212-2 of the Environmental Code provides for the development of water policy at the river basin level over a 6-year planning cycle. The first stage of this cycle consists of an inventory.
The study aims to carry out the economic analysis of the inventory: characterisation of industrial activities and their use of water in the basin. This socio-economic analysis makes it possible to identify the water-using activities likely to have an impact on the environment, to quantify these activities (jobs, turnover, etc.) and thus to put the importance of the water uses into perspective.

Compétences / Outils

SDAGE 2022-2027


The study aims to update the state of Martinique prior to the SDAGE 2022-2027 on the economic aspect through:
•  Socio-economic characterisation of water uses 
  - Analysis of the economic weight of the different uses 
•  Development of a trend scenario for uses up to 2030 
  - Assessment of trends in economic activities, demography and public policies up to 2027
  - Integration of the effects of foreseeable climate change on the basin
  - Assessment of the risks of not achieving good water status

Building the new economic cost-sharing model for the OMVS public and common infrastructures
  • Sénégal
  • Mali
  • Mauritanie
  • Guinée
Elaboration of a Water Resource Management Model on the scale of Martinique including the analysis of decision support scenarios
Office de l'Eau Martinique
  • Martinique