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Presence 04 – Editorial

If the level of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere continues to follow current trends, average global temperatures could exceed pre-industrial levels by 3°C to 6°C…

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Seabird translocation

Seabirds are considered to be bioindicators as study of their feeding habits enables scientists to determine the state of health of marine ecosystems and changes…

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Walking the talk

A large number of policies, laws, rules and regulations have been drawn up to ensure a cleaner, healthier and more productive natural environment for Mauritius….

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Voluntary conservation efforts

The NGO, Reef Conservation, has been working for the protection of Mauritius’ marine environmentsince 2004 through research, restoration projects, education and training. Since 2009, it…

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