Cape Verdean Minister of Agriculture and Environment said today that Cape Verde became the “second most important” spawning point for sea turtles in 2020, with the number of nests in a record of almost 200,000.
“Cape Verde has become the second most important point for the laying of sea turtles in the world”, said the minister.… Read More
“Cape Verde, for the first time, has world Biosphere reserves and joins the existing 701 world Biosphere reserves”, announced Ulisses Correia e Silva, on the classification approved by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Culture (Unesco).… Read More
The elected mayor of the Municipality of Maio, Miguel Rosa, today expressed “satisfaction” with the classification of the island as a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, which he classified as “excellent news” for Maio.… Read More
For the Minister of Culture and Creative Industries, these are two great achievements. Abraão Vicente foresees significant impacts in terms of the projection and planning of the future and sustainable development of the islands of Maio and Fogo.… Read More
The Management Plan for the Complex of Protected Areas on the island of Maio (CAPM), approved by a resolution of the Council of Ministers (CM), comes into force today, after being published in the Official Bulletin this Monday 19th.
The creation of a National Network of Protected Areas was a fundamental political instrument with regard to the preservation of natural landscapes, conservation and maintenance of natural resources and processes.… Read More