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Interview with Dr Colin Tukuitonga: from crisis to action in Pacific communities
Leading by example : SPC takes pride in being climate neutral
On 11 July 2018, the Pacific Community joined Climate Neutral Now, a coalition of climate neutral organisations under the auspices of the Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). SPC pledged to reduce greenhouse…
The futur of food - Supporting resilient Pacific Food Systems under climate change
SPC through its Land Resources Division, is working on creating models for resilience based on sustainable food systems. This is critical to the global conversation on climate change – if small islands at the frontlines of climate change can create…
FARMERS’ VOICES FROM SMALL ISLAND DEVELOPING STATES (SIDS) – ORGANIC AGRICULTURE, A SOLUTION GROWN FROM TRADITION
Side event: Climate change Ambition Day,When: Wednesday 12 December, from 2pm to 3pmWhere: Pacific & Koronivia Pavilion Using the nexus of science with traditional and local knowledge, SPC is empowering communities to use the best of their history…
RESCCUE Project in Vanuatu - Theme 3: Waste Management
Federated States of Micronesia builds expertise in climate change and disaster management
National practitioners in the Federated States of Micronesia working on the front line of climate change and disaster management have completed a capacity building training course in Pohnpei, boosting their monitoring and evaluation (M&E) skills and…
The Blue Economy for the Blue Planet
NEW CALEDONIA, Nov 20 2018 (IPS) - We live on a “blue planet” where water covers around 75 percent of the Earth’s surface. Without water we would simply not survive as a species.
The ‘Green Pacific’ offers a pathway to a brighter future
It is a fact that Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs) contribute a minuscule amount to the global emissions of harmful Greenhouse Gases that cause climate change. On the other hand, every year, PICTs import for one billion US in fossil fuels…
The ocean in us: Pacific regionalism and identity as a catalyst for global ocean action
Photo credit: Cameron Diver “Pacific peoples are the custodians of the world’s largest, most peaceful and abundant ocean, its many islands and its rich diversity of cultures” – Framework for Pacific Regionalism.
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