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Seychelles - Biodiversity Conservation and Marine Pollution Abatement Project (English)

The Environment and Transport Project consists of three parts: (1) the restoration and preservation of Aldabra ecosystem (this includes provision of personnel to strengthen research and conservation management, rehabilitation of the scientific research facility on Picard Island, control of feral goats on islands of the atoll, and preparation of a long-term management for Aldabra); (2) protection of sea turtles which will define the sustainable exploitation level of for the Green turtle to accommodate domestic consumption; and (3) the marine pollution abatement program which will evaluate the reception and disposal facilities needed to comply with the International Convention for the Prevention of Marine Pollution from Ships (MARPOL) requirements and to control pollution from fishing and commercial vessels, cruise ships, and yachts.


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    Seychelles - Biodiversity Conservation and Marine Pollution Abatement Project

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    convention on international trade in endangered species;local competitive bidding;worker health and safety;Marine Pollution;environment and development;waste reception facility;Natural Resource Management;flora and fauna;Environmental Management Plan;government's development strategy;protection and preservation;marine national park;health and environment;species of tree;social security contribution;protection of biodiversity;indicators of progress;environmental impact analysis;frequency of visit;Coastal Zone Management;sea turtle species;scientific research facility;procurement and disbursement;sea level rise;availability of fund;local consumption demand;coastal environment management;cost of disposal;source of financing;detailed engineering design;Sustainable Economic Development;vehicle testing facility;availability of finance;per capita gnp;environmental decision making;cost recovery mechanism;cost of finance;lines of responsibility;offshore oil drilling;environmental quality standard;conditions of disbursement;feral animal populations;reptiles and amphibians;development of tourism;international donor community;human resource development;



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Seychelles - Biodiversity Conservation and Marine Pollution Abatement Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.