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Location Seychelles
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Published by Phil Green
Published 2014
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Seychelles community action[edit | edit source]

Biodiversity[edit | edit source]

Environmental legislation is very strict, and every tourism project must undergo an environmental review and a lengthy process of consultations with the public and conservationists. Seychelles is a world leader in sustainable tourism. [according to whom?] The end result of this sustainable development is an intact and stable natural environment, which attracts financially strong visitors (150,000 in 2007) rather than short-term mass tourism. Since 1993 a law guarantees the citizens the right to a clean environment and at the same time obliges them to protect this environment. The country holds a record for the highest percentage of land under natural conservation—nearly 50% of the total land area. [citation needed]

News and comment[edit | edit source]

2009

"All countries must work together to combat climate change. In the Seychelles, our 116 islands are on the front line. We can lose our beaches, our tourism, our land and our way of life, if something is not done quickly." Marie-Antoinette Alexis, the mayor of Seychelles capital Victoria, [1] February 27


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External links[edit | edit source]

Wikipedia: Seychelles, Wildlife of Seychelles, Vallée de Mai

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