Latest News for: Seychelles waste


Interview with Daniel Guimaraes, Director of Operations, Club Med Indian Ocean |19 May 2022

Nation 19 May 2022
‘We firmly believe in Seychelles’. When Club Med opened its resort in Seychelles on April 21, 2021, the mega hotel group took a huge gamble to start its operations during an ongoing sanitary crisis which had brought the hospitality industry to its knees worldwide ... Seychelles NATION ... Seychelles NATION ... Seychelles NATION ... Seychelles NATION.

Handcrafting natural, Seychelles-inspired soaps for a good cause |12 May 2022

Nation 12 May 2022
SeySoaps was inspired by my time in Seychelles and started as a desire to minimize plastic waste and the use of ingredients that are harmful to our environment ... SeySoaps mission is to reduce plastic waste, promote ocean conservation, and donate to NGOs based in Seychelles that are devoted to protecting our oceans.

Open tenders for de-silting works in Victoria, Mont Fleuri rivers launch today |10 May 2022

Nation 10 May 2022
The climate change department is being assisted by the Land Waste Management Agency (LWMA) and the Seychelles Infrastructure Agency (SIA) in the realisation of the project.The two agencies were represented at the press briefing by their chief executives ‒ Sheils Barra and Jitesh Shah respectively ...Everything is in place to start the project.

Concerned stakeholders updated on flood free Victoria project |29 April 2022

Nation 29 Apr 2022
... possible; sensitisation campaigns to educate against improper waste disposal, and increasing enforcement of non-compliance; improvement of Mont Fleuri bridge by the Seychelles Land Transport Agency (SLTA) and yearly budget provision for de-silting and maintenance of waterways.

Seychelles gears up for pre-Easter clean-up By Patrick Joubert |06 April 2022

Nation 06 Apr 2022
The Landscape and Waste Management Agency (LWMA) has announced that for the pre-Easter Clean-up Seychelles this weekend (Friday April 8 to Sunday April 10, 2022), people on Mahé, Praslin and La Digue will be required to carry their domestic waste to the landfills as it will not be carrying out street site collections.

Earth Hour for children in Seychelles |25 March 2022

Nation 25 Mar 2022
To mark this occasion, Seychelles NATION contacted Phil Brown, Literature specialist and deputy head teacher at International School Seychelles, to obtain his ideas on activities for children in observance of Earth Hour ... On a clear night, the Seychelles sky-line is almost unbearably beautiful and an amazing resource for learning about the stars.

Have our politicians swallowed the suicide pill? |12 February 2022

Nation 12 Feb 2022
Well, I am as confused as anyone else in trying and get my head round this kind of thinking because as far as I am concerned our various Presidents have never wasted an opportunity to tell the world Seychelles need funds to save us from the onslaught of sea level rise but then we continue to locate our essential services at sea level.

The Sustainable Debt Market: lessons for planned debut

B & FT Online 17 Jan 2022
Green bonds continue to dominate the market and African countries that have successfully accessed the sustainable bond market include Benin (SDG bond in 2021), Nigeria (Green bond in 2019), Egypt (Green bond in 2020) and Seychelles (Blue bond in 2018) ... In 2018, Seychelles became ...

We live on top of a gold mine, yet we are poor, how come? |08 ...

Nation 08 Jan 2022
Seychelles is the remains of Gondwana, which collided with Europe, North America and Siberia some 540 million years ago to form the super continent of Pangea ... We need to sell SBC because SBC is wasting 3 valuable TV channels of broadcasting and not educating our population ... This is our tax payers’ money being wasted ... Seychelles Civil Society (SCS).

Football: Mahinda Rajapaksa Trophy Seychelles salvage draw against Bangladesh |11 November 2021

Nation 11 Nov 2021
The Seychelles national ... In the 63rd minute, the Seychelles team, who had taken control of proceedings, wasted another gilt-edge chance as captain Benoit Marie released Ravigna who teed up substitute Dean Mothée but he hurried his shot which flew wide with the goal at his mercy.

Local NGO hosts seminar to help local businesses go green |06 October 2021

Nation 06 Oct 2021
S4S is a local NGO that aims to promote sustainable practices in Seychelles, such as reducing waste, maximising energy and water efficiency, and reducing carbon footprints ... This workshop was made possible with funding support from the National Grants Committee and Club Med Seychelles.

Minister Flavien Joubert’s message for Clean Up the World campaign   ‘Collective effort needed to ...

Nation 17 Sep 2021
As a result, government will develop sound strategies and action to better manage waste in Seychelles. Hence, measures have been incorporated in the Seychelles Solid Waste Masterplan to develop a sustainable waste management system in our country and to reduce land and marine pollution.

Minister Joubert’s message for World Ozone Day   ‘Harming nature is detrimental to the progress ...

Nation 16 Sep 2021
It has to be noted that Seychelles has ratified the Kigali Amendment in August 2019 ... Seychelles for the past year or so, we have shown remarkable resilience and strength to continue meeting our commitments under the Montreal Protocol. And as a result, Seychelles has contributed its ...

Leaving a green print while on holiday in Seychelles |07 August 2021

Nation 07 Aug 2021
Renowned for its pristine beauty, Seychelles has made a name for itself as a proactive sustainable destination with approximately 47% of its landmass protected and recognised for its tremendous efforts to preserve its rich natural heritage through sustainable practices and measures ... Buy genuine local curios which are crafted in Seychelles.

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