Kenya's environment court blocked recently the construction of a coal-fired power station on the country's idyllic Indian Ocean coast, in a move hailed as a major victory by campaigners fighting a
The inclusion of marine and coastal ecosystem-based adaptation into Seychelles’ climate change strategies was the topic of discussion by local experts who met recently.
Twenty-five tonnes of waste -- including some 50,000 flip-flops -- were collected in a five-week clean-up on the Seychelles’ remote atoll of Aldabra.
Seven projects in Seychelles that support marine protected areas and sustainable fisheries will get financial assistance under the second Blue Grants Fund launched in 2018.
The Seychelles’ capital of Victoria has been ranked 5th in Africa in a quality of life survey by an American consulting firm.
In a boost for the island nation's black parrot population, the Seychelles Islands Foundation (SIF) has confirmed the eradication of the ring-necked parakeet after the invasive species has not been
Authorities in Seychelles are working on legislation to facilitate the adoption of energy efficiency measures and technologies in an effort to reduce energy consumption.
Seychellois who had land taken away by the government have until December to submit claims for compensation to the Land Compensation Tribunal, said the chairperson.
Frangeline is aged two but weighs no more than a four-month-old -- the terrible result of her battle with measles, which is cutting a deadly swathe through Madagascar.
Three Seychellois women have been recognized and awarded by CEO Global for the important role they have played in their particular field, pushing forward the development of society.
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