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To forecast future storms, the government will acquire five weather buoys

The buoys will be in the ocean by mid-2023, with Secretary of State for Oceans Harvey Burville saying it took “time to build them”.

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Bua to stop the storm. A week after it hit Corsica and killed five people, the government announced on Thursday 25 August the deployment of five weather buoys to better forecast storms and bad weather. “We have experienced an exceptional episode of rare violence, but it forces us to put in place ways to be able to better prevent it”Announced by Secretary of State for Oceans, Harvey Burville.

These buoys will remain at sea until mid-2023, the Secretary of State explained, specifying that this was necessary. “Time to Make Them”. The buoys will be installed in consultation with scientists and marine stakeholders, “Neither too near nor too far from the Corsican coast”.

Visiting the island on Thursday, after visiting the places most affected by this deadly storm, such as Girolata (Corse-du-Sud) and Calvi (Haute-Cours), the Secretary of State assumed that this was necessary. “Adapting to the Consequences of Climate Change, Better Prevention to Better Protect Populations”. He said more firmly “The State is ready to support the community of Corsica to strengthen the security of navigation and infrastructure, especially the port and light anchorages”.

The purpose of the visit was to discuss and manage the emergency The question of waste removal, their storage, the fight against pollution or even how to plan the destruction of all these wastes., detailed to the Secretary of State. Especially in Girolata, in the town of Osani, many boats are still stuck on the rocks.

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