A change making agreement to better manage wetlands in Seychelles
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Nature Seychelles and the Ministry of Agriculture, Climate Change and Environment (MACCE) are pleased to announce the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on wetlands management in Seychelles. The MOU was signed on Monday, June 18th, 2024, by Nature Seychelles’ Chief Executive by Dr Nirmal Shah, and the Minister for Agriculture, Climate Change, and Environment, Flavien Joubert ..read more
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Forging the next generation of conservation warriors
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Nature Seychelles and the Ministry of Education open Port Glaud Primary’s environmental activity centre ..read more
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Generation Restoration: A Call to Action on World Environment Day
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2w ago
Picture islands once bereft of biodiversity, now lush with greenery and teeming with birds and other wildlife. Imagine wetlands once degraded, now bustling with life, a world where thriving coral reefs are not just a memory, but a reality. This is not a distant dream; it is happening now ..read more
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Innovative new project aims for a more democratic approach to conservation of the environment
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3w ago
On Thursday, May 23, 2024, H.E. Mr. Oskar Benedikt, the European Union Ambassador to Seychelles, presided at the launch of Nature Seychelles' new EU-funded wetlands project at our headquarters in Roche Caiman, Mahe ..read more
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Biodiversity Day: Engage all to save life on earth
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3w ago
This year's International Day of Biological Diversity, celebrated on May 22, carries the theme "Be Part of the Plan." This theme highlights the critical need for everyone to join the effort to halt and reverse biodiversity loss. It calls for support of the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework, or the “Biodiversity Plan,” adopted in December 2022. This plan urges collective action from governments, local communities, NGOs, businesses, and individuals ..read more
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Coral Bleaching: Impact on Cousin Island
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Charlotte Dale, a member of Nature Seychelles’ Reef Rescuers talks about the bleaching being seen on Cousin Island, the consequences of bleaching and what we can all do to protect corals ..read more
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Coral bleaching: what is it and why should we care?
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2M ago
Like the rest of the world, much of the Western Indian Ocean is currently experiencing coral bleaching. Coral bleaching reports have already been received in Seychelles, including Cousin Island Special Reserve. On April 15, the United States’ National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) confirmed that we are in the midst of the fourth global coral bleaching event. Mass events are declared when extensive bleaching occurs at a regional or global level. In this two-part series, Charlotte Dale, a member of Nature Seychelles’ Reef Rescuers explains what coral bleaching is, its impac ..read more
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Anse Boileau Secondary School gets an Environmental Activity Centre
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2M ago
Nature Seychelles and the Ministry of Education partner to foster new generation of conservationists Anse Boileau Secondary School is the proud recipient of a much-anticipated environmental activity centre for its Locally Empowered Area Protection (LEAP) Junior Club ..read more
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Farewell to the ‘Turtle Rush Hour’ and to our volunteers
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3M ago
The 2023-24 turtle season on Cousin Island Special Reserve has ended. There haven't been any sightings of Hawksbill turtles coming up to nest for several weeks now, according to the turtle team ..read more
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Raise a toast to the Lungs of the Earth on International Forests Day
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Grab your hiking boots and go through a forest. Take a deep breath, savour the clean air, and marvel at nature's air purifier. Search for hidden treasures - from silent streams to loud waterfalls. Listen to birds and look out for tiny frogs and rare plants. Smell herbs and spices and enjoy nature's aromatherapy. Hug a tree and thank the forest for all it provides. International Forests Day is here and it’s time to celebrate these ecological superheroes ..read more
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