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Pacific actions on Climate Change and Education highlighted in landmark publication

The Pacific region is one of the featured regions in the landmark publication  “Climate Change and the Role of Education”. Published by Springer, a global imprint that serves and supports the research community, the book offers insights into the…

Vanuatu Country Programming

​SPC will be in Port Vila in the week of 9th March, 2020, to work with country counterparts in a number of sectors to define activities under the SPC/Vanuatu Country Program. The Vanuatu Country Program is an agreed program of focused actions under a set…

Consultation for Regional Strategic Roadmap Emergency Management (SREM) Action Plan

​Initial consultation for the Regional Strategic Roadmap Emergency Management (SREM) and Action Plan jointly hosted by the Pacific Community and the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat. The purpose of this consultation is to detail outcomes, strategies and…

No cyclone will chase us away: PW Podcast S02-10

Niue suffered significant damage during cyclone Heta in January 2004, sustaining winds greater than 240km/h, classifying it as a category 4-5 cyclone. The Niue Hospital and dwellings near the shore were damaged as huge waves crossed the cliff line and…

Workshop to finalise Solomon Islands Strategic Roadmap for Emergency Management

​A workshop to finalise the Solomon Islands Strategic Roadmap for Emergency Management (SREM) will be conducted in Honiara on 25 & 26 February 2020. This follows initial consultation in September 2019. The workshop will include representation from…

[POSTPONED] COSPPac2 Annual Planning and Progress Review & Steering Committee Meeting

Event has been postponed - new date will be confirmed later. ​ Since its inception in 2012, COSPPac has worked to build the capacity of Pacific meteorological services and other relevant agencies to understand and apply climate, ocean and sea level…

[POSTPONED] UN-GGIM Learning Event & Pacific Geospatial and Surveying Council (PGSC) Meeting

​The UNGGIM Workshop and PGSC meetings have been postponed to a later date, which will be advised once the new date will be decided.   

State of the art Tonga tide gauge

With support from the Australian Government, the Tongan Government, and the Pacific Community (SPC), a tide gauge has been recording sea level and climate information in Tonga since January 1993. In 2018, 25 years later in its busy port location, the…

Keeping watch on the ring of fire: PW Podcast S02-09

Papua New Guinea sits on the 'ring of fire' and has a history of volcanic activity. A volcanic eruption can be devastating to local communities, so the government is working with SPC's Building Safety and Resilience in the Pacific (BSRP) to increase the…

Pacific Island Countries take the helm on Aids to Navigation and safety at sea

Almost 50% of the population of the Pacific live on outer islands stretched across our vast Blue Pacific, which makes up 28 million sq. kilometres of Ocean. This sector is a backbone for the Pacific economy as communities are reliant on it for access to…
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