Nature benefiting people

It has been an exciting time of learning at the Heritage Garden and Sanctuary at Roche Caiman, as well as the Centre for Education and Environment (Nature Seychelles headquarters) in the past months, with Lucina and other staff receiving visits from nature enthusiasts ranging from the very young to the retired. 

Small Grants Programme supports Turtles

Nature Seychelles has signed a grant agreement with the Small Grants Programme - SGP (funded by the Global Environment Facility and implemented by the United Nations Development Programme) to look at the effects of climate change on Hawksbill Turtles. The agreement was signed on Thursday 5 August 2010 at the scenic Botanical Gardens in Mahe, on the occasion of the launch of the SGP in the Seychelles

Get Healthy the Natural Way

Nature Seychelles is starting a very new and completely different program which is called Green Health or Eco-Health where we will be combining yoga and fitness in natural surroundings with conservation  activities. The aim is to use the incredible environment we have around us as natural therapy and to get people interested in nature through a different route.

Environmentally Friendly Hotels

Businesses drawn from the tourism and hospitality sectors as well as other organizations and government representatives have picked up 'Do-It-Yourself' principles, concepts and best practices in environmental management that they can apply to better reduce their impact on the environment.

World governments fail to deliver on 2010 biodiversity target

"Governments have failed to deliver on the commitments they made in 2002: biodiversity is still being lost as fast as ever" —Dr Stuart Butchart, BirdLife International

World leaders have failed to deliver commitments made in 2002 to reduce the global rate of biodiversity loss by 2010, and have instead overseen alarming biodiversity declines. These findings are the result of a new paper published in the leading journal Science and represent the first assessment of how the targets made through the 2002 Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) have not been met. Read more

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Centre for Environment & Education

Roche Caiman,

P.O. Box 1310, Mahe, Seychelles

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