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Climate Information for Early Action in Tuvalu
Enhanced national climate outlook and drought advisory services leading to improved early disaster preparedness action by stakeholders.
Pacific Resilience Partnership Taskforce
3rd Meeting of the Taskforce Objectives: Consider progress made by the three established working groups, and where appropriate start to put the outcomes in practice; Setting the foundation of an M&E framework through a ‘Theory of Change Workshop’…
Signature of a historic Pacific-European Union Marine Partnership (PEUMP)
Today, the Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA), the Pacific Community (SPC), the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) and The University of the South Pacific (USP) signed a landmark agreement with the European Union to help promote…
‘Green Pacific Port initiative’ looks to improve port operations across the Pacific
Government officials and port representatives from Samoa, Solomon Islands, and Tonga agreed to focus on the implementation of quality, energy, and environmental management for port operations in the Pacific as the guiding principles of their work in…
Council of Regional Organisations of the Pacific (CROP) Turns 30
The Council of Regional Organisations of the Pacific (CROP) celebrates its 30th Anniversary this year. The CROP was first endorsed by Pacific Islands Forum Leaders in 1988 as an overarching committee for regional organisations in the Pacific. Its…
49th Pacific Islands Forum
Nauru will host the 49th Pacific Islands Forum (PIFS) and related meetings from September 3rd to the 6th 2018. The Government of Nauru has chosen “Building a strong Pacific: Our Islands, Our People, Our Will” as the theme for this year’s gathering. https…
MTCC-Pacific Steering Committee Meeting
Steering Committee with update on MTCC-Pacific project progress and receive an introduction to first data analysis and its findings. Partner and OMP project presentations are also on the agenda. http://mtccpacific.spc.int/
MTCC-Pacific strengthens its environmental governance expertise through SPC-SPREP agreement
Southern ocean ‘big swell’ waves studied in real time at training workshop in Samoa
A training and consultation workshop focusing on ocean data applications has helped build ocean science capacity and has kick-started discussions to improve national oceanographic services.
Solomon Islands maritime industry calls for energy efficient operations to reduce greenhouse gasses
The Solomon Islands Ministry of Infrastructure and Development, Maritime Safety Administration (SIMSA) together with national ship operators, have called for greater investment in energy efficient operations to reduce greenhouse gasses. The call was made…