Pacific Week of Agriculture and Forestry 2023: Thank You!
The Pacific Week of Agriculture and Forestry (PWAF 2023), held 6 -10 March 2023, brought together a diverse audience of agriculture and forestry experts, including ministers, government programme heads, researchers, NGO staff, the private sector and…
Protecting drinking water in Touho, New Caledonia
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A conversation with Ms Moss-Christian, WCPFC Executive Director at the 15th Heads of Fisheries meeting
Meet Ms Rhea Moss-Christian, Executive Director for Western Central Pacific Fisheries Commission, who discusses the crucial support provided by the Pacific Community in tuna stock assessment during the 15th SPC's Heads of Fisheries Meeting.
Coconut holes and clam shells: using indigenous knowledge and modern science to find drinking water in Pacific communities
Profile: Viniura, farmer in Taputapuatea (French Polynesia) for International Women's Day
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Changing Perspectives: Let’s Talk About Obesity!
Today is World Obesity Day with the theme Changing Perspectives: Let’s Talk About Obesity! Remember obesity is preventable so don't forget to keep a healthy diet and stay physically active!
Women farmers of Taputapuatea honored
The Pacific Community's (SPC) implemented and European Union (EU) Funded PROTEGE Project has implemented a plan to raise awareness and assist women regarding the transition to agroecology in Taputapuatea Municipality, Raiatea Island, French Polynesia.…
Fisheries science: DNA cross-contamination risk using different tissue sampling procedures
This content was orginally published on ICES website. In the latest Editor’s Choice, read about an experiment that was carried out on tuna to assess DNA cross-contamination risk on board fishing and research vessels.
Sustainable development of the village of Vaitupu in Wallis and Futuna - Food System Initiative
Ocean Science Fact: Tsunami
Did you know 80% of Tsunami occur around the “Ring of Fire”?