Seychelles is an archipelago of 115 islands with just 98,000 citizens. Seychelles has the highest GDP per capita in Africa at $12.3 billion. The small island state is highly dependent on tourism. Climate change poses long term sustainability risks.

Sea level rise, storm and tidal surges, extreme sea-surface temperatures, and coastal flooding will have serious consequences for livelihoods in the Seychelles. Changes in long-term rainfall patterns and temperature will also have adverse consequences for water, food and health.

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