The strengths of Mauritius' Agriculture sector lie in Mauritius' historical attachment to agriculture; national ingenuity; resilience of the small agriculture sector in food production; and relatively good public infrastructure and institutional system.
Mauritius Strategic Plan (2016-02020) for the Food Crops, Livestock and Forestry Sectors sets out the goals and objectives to be attained over the next five years to improve the level of food security and food safety and promote a more sustainable agriculture.
The vision of the Government of Mauritius is to achieve the self-sufficiency in energy supply in the long term, where individual houses would have the possibility and capacity to fully tap renewable resources such as wind, solar, biogas in a decentralized system, which would allow energy supply t
Maurice Ile Durable (MID) deliver sustainable growth, with a vision for Mauritius to become a model of sustainable development. Announced in 2008, the roots of MID lie in the Government’s response to the global energy crisis of 2007.
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Africa Adaptation Programme, Government of Japan
The present National Climate Change Adaptation Policy Framework consists of several deliverables, and the main goal of the document is to integrate and mainstream climate change adaptation into core development policies, strategies and plans of the Republic of Mauritius.
European Union (EU), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment), Switch Africa Green
With a view to catalysing the implementation of Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) at national level and enhancing the integration of SCP at the regional level, the European Union developed the SWITCH Africa Green (SAG) Programme.
This study was commissioned by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) at the request of the Government of Mauritius. Mauritius has made significant steps towards a greener economy with the new government agenda aiming to further drive this transition.