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Conservation finance: Seychelles’ troubled waters

Conservation finance: Seychelles’ troubled waters

Kanika Saigal Published on: Thursday, October 10, 2019 The Seychelles was the first country to issue a debt-for-nature swap to protect its marine environment; it was also the first to issue a blue bond, raising capital to finance sustainable marine and ocean-related...

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SAMOA Pathway High-Level Luncheon “Mission Transforming Island Lives! The Network of Regional Sustainable Energy Centres for Small Island Developing States” on 27 September 2019 in New York at UN Headquaters

SAMOA Pathway High-Level Luncheon “Mission Transforming Island Lives! The Network of Regional Sustainable Energy Centres for Small Island Developing States” on 27 September 2019 in New York at UN Headquaters

Event Date:  Friday, 27 September, 2019   INTRODUCTION The high-level luncheon event “Mission Transforming Island Lives! The Network of Regional Sustainable Energy Centres for Small Island Developing States” is being organized under the umbrella of the Global Network...

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