News – Environment


Identifying and Overcoming Barriers to Climate Change Adaptation in the Seychelles As a Small Island Developing State (SIDS), Seychelles is quite vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, and adaptation is considered a national priority. Despite efforts to enhance its adaptive capacity, a number of barriers still hamper the adaptation process such as fragile institutions...
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Eleven BSc Environmental Science students in Year 2 went for a 2-day fieldwork on Praslin from the 18th to 19th January 2020.  Mr. Daniel Etongo and a team of experts from Seychelles and the University College London introduced the students to methods of undertaking caecilians and sooglossid, aquatic, water quality assessment and rapid qualitative vegetation surveys. ...
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Daniel Etongo, Jérôme Harlay and Nuette Gordon conducted a ‘Mainstreaming climate change adaptation into development planning’ short course from 22-24 July. It sought to equip participants with knowledge on climate change adaptation and mainstreaming along a continuum: terrestrial, coastal/estuary and ocean.     Key topics covered were: (I) Identifying and selecting adaptation options; (ii) Linking...
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