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NGOs work to rebuild vital coral reefs, but islands threatened by climate change need much more help
Seychelles and other small island states are at the forefront of climate change. With increasingly destructive hurricanes and floods, rising sea levels and dying coral reefs, how can island societies survive the climate impact?
Will climate change make small island states disappear?
Hans-Otto Pörtner, a co-author of the IPCC Special Report on the Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate, talked to Euronews about the future for small island states with ongoing climate change.
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Last year, Seychelles designated a third of its waters as protected areas where fishing is banned.
This nursery can save an entire population of giant tortoises
Climate change may threaten one of the world's longest living animals in the Seychelles, but local NGOs found a way to help them.
Indian Ocean exploration mission makes historic broadcast
A British-led scientific mission to document changes taking place beneath the Indian Ocean broadcast its first live, television-quality video images from a two-person submersible early Tuesday.
Saving the Seychelles, one piece of plastic at a time
From bags to bottles, around 13 million tonnes of plastic flows into our oceans every year
Unlocking the secrets of the vast Indian Ocean
An unprecedented science mission is on its way to gauge the impact of climate change as well as search for new species.
Half a day on Praslin, Seychelles
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Half a day on Fregate Island, Seychelles
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Half a day in La Digue, Seychelles
We continue our island hopping in the Indian Ocean’s Seychelles, an idyllic place to surrender to the harmony of a natural world and discover island
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