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Science is key to solving our climate change challenges
Science, and the rigorous examination and evaluation of data, is the foundation of modern society. In the harnessing of electricity, the exploration of space, the elimination of polio, or the development of the internet, to name a few examples, we have…
Colin Tukuitonga, Director-General of the Pacific Community, remarks at the 13th Pacific Health Ministers Meeting
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Projection / débat BIOPELAGOS : découvrir la biodiversité du grand large
Le projet BIOPELAGOS vise à étudier la biodiversité marine du large, encore méconnue. Les travaux ont porté sur le réseau alimentaire, des premiers maillons (phytoplancton, zooplancton, micronecton) jusqu’aux grands prédateurs du large (thons et oiseaux…
Working together for our Ocean
Across the Pacific Islands, the ocean separates, connects, threatens and sustains us. The ocean has a tremendous impact upon the lives of every islander, but we are only gradually beginning to understand the enormous impact we are having on it. Ensuring…
Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction- Statement by Dr. A. Aumua, SPC Deputy Director-General
Check against delivery Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction Statement by Dr Audrey Aumua Deputy Director General, The Pacific Community (SPC)
RESCCUE activity in French Polynesia: the protection of marine birds in the Gambier islands
#RESCCUE Project in a nutshell (3/13) Our last stopover in French Polynesia is taking us to discover the seabirds of the Gambier.
RESCCUE activity in Fiji: the Vatu-i-Ra marine park
RESCCUE Project in a nutshell In the Ra Province, Fiji, the RESCCUE project supported the setting up, the management and funding of the biggest marine park of the country.
RESCCUE activity in French Polynesia: ecological anchorage
RESCCUE Project in a nutshell For the first video of a series, we are embarking for French Polynesia, where ecological anchorages have been set up.
Scientific models and tools for strengthened resilience action in Tuvalu
“Tropical Cyclone Pam largely affected Vanuatu which was more than 1000 KM away from Tuvalu, and yet our islands were flooded by the massive waves the cyclone generated,” Tauala Katea Director for Tuvalu Meteorological Services shared with participants…
Atoll Adaptation Dialogue
One day scientific focused session on key areas relevant to countries and a determination of what the next steps are in terms of progressing the case of atoll nations at national, regional and international levels