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About this app

The Seve application is part of the project of the same name, carried by WWF New Caledonia in partnership with the Endemia association.

New Caledonia is recognized worldwide as a biodiversity hotspot due to the unique and exceptional character of its endemic terrestrial flora. It has an endemism rate of 75%: one in every 100 plants in the world is only present here. But this invaluable heritage is in great danger: more than 40% of the 2000 Caledonian plant species assessed in the World Red List (IUCN) are considered threatened.

The SEVE participatory project intends to respond to the urgency of safeguarding the threatened flora of Greater Noumea through the mobilization of any citizen, collective or professional ready to get involved in conservation actions. To this end, the Seve application will allow everyone to report the presence of an endangered species found outside or in its natural environment. Just take one or more photos and post your sighting online. If the user is not sure of his identification, it will be possible to report it to the community, which can then offer help in putting a name on the observed plant.

Forests, scrubland, public or private gardens, parks… All observations will be welcome and will allow us to know which species are already being taken care of informally. The aim is also to gather information on the phenology of the species observed: when are they in buds, flowers, fruits? The observation update system will allow the user to provide information on the evolution of phenology over time.

In addition, this application will also make it possible to put the “guardians” of the flora in touch with the nurserymen of New Caledonia. It will indeed be possible for the latter to communicate the species they produce in order to help the budding keepers to harbor new ones.

Note that no specific report will be issued as it is, to avoid any risk of malicious acts (willful damage, poaching, etc.)

In addition to the direct benefit of saving this flora, the SEVE project also aims to raise awareness among the Caledonian population, particularly in urban areas, of its exceptional natural heritage, and to promote its appropriation and conservation by citizens.
Updated on
Jul 15, 2022

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