Role of the DICE is always a winner

Ever aware of the importance of creating links between conservation driven bodies the world over, Nature Seychelles enjoys close ties with a diverse range of non-governmental organisations, universities and other environmentally focused groups in many different countries.


And while some of our strongest links are with partner organisations based in the Indian Ocean islands and the ocean’s East African rim, geographic proximity is far from being the defining factor in the importance placed on these international partnerships.

Sunny side of life

"All is for the best in the best of all possible worlds," said Dr Pangloss, echoing the philosopher Gottfried Leibniz, in Voltaire’s novel Candide.

DDT is back!

I was in Tanzania last week helping to evaluate the progress of some projects. During the week many of the members of the team complained of sleeplessness and bad dreams.  I believed pesticides were a probable cause because I had been to that particular hotel previously and knew they used insecticides liberally. I had already asked them not to spray my room. When I checked, it turned out they were using DDT!  Of course, I have no proof that DDT was causing these problems, but we could not think of anything else.

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