Seychelles’ Blue Carbon Journey

The Seychelles, classed as a Small Island Developing State (SIDS), has a total landmass of 459 km2 yet an exclusive economic zone of 1.35 million km2. However, Seychelles has not yet included the CO2-offsetting capacity of ocean biomass in their assessments towards...

What is SeyCCAT looking for? SeyCCAT is looking for interns in a variety of disciplinary backgrounds willing to contribute to a small but dynamic conservation trust fund. How to apply?   What to expect? We are flexible and can tailor an internship that works for...

SeyCCAT and SDG5

The 5th United Nations Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) is focused on achieving gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls. This involves ensuring equal opportunities and full, effective participation for women at all levels of decision-making in...

SeyCCAT Launches Online Activity Books

 4 February 2021 | Victoria, Seychelles  – Engaging students in seagrass meadows education –  The Seychelles Conservation and Climate Adaptation Trust has launched two activity books on seagrass meadows on its website. The books have been developed under...

The Ocean-Climate Ambition Summit

28th January 2021| Victoria, Seychelles – Seychelles reaffirms its commitment to the ocean-climate agenda Earlier this week, Seychelles along with several other countries, jointly hosted a virtual two-day ocean-climate ambition summit. The purpose of the summit...