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Exploring Seychelles : bluecarbon market opportunities

 

 

Twelve marked hiking trails allow you to walk through this preserved ecosystem. Hike through tropical and swamp forests, tea and spice plantations, or discover the natural and cultural heritage of Mahé. As for elevation, there is something for all levels! The summit of the Morne Seychellois natural park rises to an altitude of 950m and offers a breathtaking view of the surrounding islands and beaches.

Located in the Indian Ocean, the Republic of Seychelles consists of 115 islands. Its land area
totals 455 square kilometers but its Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) covers over 1.3 square
kilometers of sea . As such, the country has far more water than
land to its name, and has recently sought to re-frame its development as a large oceanic state
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With a population of roughly 98,000, limited land cover, an overt reliance on tourism and
increasing threats from global warming and climate change, Seychelles opted to move away
from prioritizing only its primary terrestrial space to developing its secondary space of
resources as well, namely the ocean. With this in mind, the country launched a Blue Economy
Framework and Roadmap (‘the Roadmap’) two years ago

More on : https://seychellesresearchjournalcom.files.wordpress.com/2021/01/hiding_in_plain_sight-exploring_seychelles_blue_carbon_market_opportunities_within_seagrass_meadows-malshini_senaratne-srj-3-1.pdf

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