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SeyCCAT welcomes new CEO

Victoria, Seychelles, May 19, 2022 – Seychelles Conservation and Climate Adaptation Trust (SeyCCAT) has announced the appointment of Marie-May Jeremie as Chief Executive Officer of the Trust, effective May 10, 2022. Ms. Jeremie has succeeded Angelique Pouponneau who...

Consultancy Opportunity Mud Crab Stock Assessment

CONSULTANCY TO CONDUCT A 12-MONTH ASSESSMENT OF MUD CRAB (S. SERRATA) STOCK AND FISHERY ON MAHÉ, PRASLIN AND SILHOUETTE ISLANDS SeyCCAT in collaboration with the Seychelles Fishing Authority seeks to recruit a consultant (or a team of consultants) to conduct a stock...

A letter from the CEO – January 2022

Dear SeyCCAT friends,   In my last letter as CEO of SeyCCAT, I would like to look back at the highlights of 2021. It has been a truly extraordinary year for SeyCCAT – perhaps, the biggest year yet – and I am happy to share the events that made the...

How can we use science to better domestic policy?

Science-policy connection is a two-way relationship. Science can offer cutting-edge research to help build evidence-based policy, while policymakers set national priorities and areas of interest that guide scientists interested in applying their research findings to...