Seychelles in The Economist

THE Seychelles is an archipelago of 115 mostly tiny islands, whose collective area, at 460 sq km, is only about a third of London’s. But the country’s granite islands and coral atolls sit within an exclusive economic zone of 1.4m sq km. It is here, in the ocean, that conservationists are working on a new way for small countries to protect their marine environment.  Read full article here

The Economist. 7 September 2017

Seychelles Debt-for-nature swap and marine planning. Photo: The Economist