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  • Hőmérséklet: 28 °C
  • Szél: Nyugat-Délnyugat, 7.4 km/h
  • Légnyomás: 1010 hPa
  • Rel. páratartalom: 84 %
  • Látástávolság: 10 mérföld
2019, február 22 - 01:00

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Seychelles’ blue bond an innovative financing tool

Tourism and fishing are the main economic sectors of Seychelles and because the country’s large ocean provides most of the jobs and livelihoods it is important to maximise the full potential of Seychelles’ ocean territory, making it central to its blue economy agenda.

Seychelles presses case for small island states at global environmental meeting

Seychelles has urged countries to work together to prevent and mitigate any adverse impacts against the developmental aspirations and survival of small islands states at the UN conference on climate change (COP24).

Seychelles sets up new National Intelligence Agency to fight crime

The Seychelles’ National Assembly has approved the setting up of an intelligence agency to coordinate the gathering of information with the aim of addressing the level of crime in the island nation.

3 secluded beaches in Seychelles make ‘World Top 50 Untouched Beaches’ list

Three secluded beaches on different islands of Seychelles have been voted among the ‘World’s Top 50 Untouched Beaches’.

President Faure meets with Founders of BitMEX

President Danny Faure met with the Co-Fou

Eyeing new tourism and trade, Seychelles signs air agreements with 8 countries

With an eye on furthering tourism and trade, Seychelles has signed eight air service agreements with eight countries at the annual Air Services Negotiation conference in Nairobi, Kenya.

Seychelles exploring waste-to-energy strategy to reduce dependence on limited landfills

The Seychelles’ environment ministry is looking into the possibility of building a waste-to-energy plant and having a more sustainable waste management strategy, a top official said on Monday. 

Seychellois experts study ocean litter problem alongside other UNESCO World Heritage site managers

Representatives from Seychelles joined other marine managers and marine litter experts in the world's first workshop to focus on littering in UNESCO World Heritage marine sites.