Maldives: Ecocide as Achievement
Faresmaathodaa, Kulhudhuffushi & Hoarafushi Airports
Open letter to The Netherlands, from the environmentally endangered Maldives
This letter is addressed to the people of The Netherlands: how their nation’s business enterprise has produced another’s destruction and demise, through dredging, reclamation, and port development.
At COP27 – All Climate
At Home – All Ecocide
by Dr Ibrahim Mohamed, environmental and climate change expert
Maldives Atoll needs sustainable management: A School Student’s Perspective
Fuvahmulah is a unique single-island atoll in the Maldives.
Reckless Development Worsens Maldives’ Environmental Crisis
Government Disregards Concerns of Local Communities
Conserving the remaining part of Kulhudhuffushi Kulhi
The Save Maldives Campaign has been actively involved in raising serious environmental issues occurring in the Maldives, starting with the decision of the government to build an airport in the Kulhudhuffushi Kulhi (wetland and mangroves) ecosystem in October 2017, destroying it irreversibly. In September 2018, with the support and endorsement of 11 NGOs, the Save Maldives Campaign called on the government to conserve the remaining part of the Kulhudhuffushi Kulhi.