Curbing Invasive Species to enhance climate adaptation in the Pacific region

Invasive species weaken ecosystems and makes them more vulnerable to climate change. Many Invasive Species (IS) can propagate rapidly to higher latitudes and altitudes as the climate warms, out-pacing native species. Representing a significant disruption…

Nature-based solutions shared through organic farming exchange

Representatives from Fiji, Nauru, Tonga and Solomon Islands that are members of the Pacific Organic Learning Farms Network (POLFN) have shared experiences with their Pacific French speaking counterparts in an exchange that covered best practices in the…

Innovation: New Caledonia’s first hydrological atlas

The Government of New Caledonia, the Pacific Community and the Bureau of Geological and Mining Research have produced the first hydrogeological atlas of New Caledonia, thanks to funding from the European Union. This “Base de Données des Limites des…

Tech&Bio International Trade Fair 2022

​Tech&Bio represents a unique opportunity to discover all the new organic and alternative farming techniques. The fair is for all professionals involved in agriculture: farmers committed to organic farming or not, teachers, students, researchers,…

Protecting the climate and ensuring food security in low-lying coral atoll countries and islands

By 2050, 60% more food than today will need to be produced to feed a growing population from the available land area worldwide. This must be done in a way that does not harm the soil, water, biodiversity, ecosystem services, or the climate upon which…

Managing sea cucumber fisheries in the Pacific region: a one-day training to educate key stakeholders in New Caledonia

Holothurians, also known as sea cucumbers, are an important source of income for coastal communities in the Pacific. Their exploitation has grown over the past decades, targeting international markets. In some parts of the world, they are considered a…

Building climate-ready fishing communities in Pacific French Territories

Fisheries are crucial for the nutrition, food security and livelihoods of thousands of people in Pacific French Territories. Empiric studies show fishing has become less productive than in the past. Over the last years, climate variations have had a…

Pacific Territories Commit to Climate Resilience and Explore Extension of Pacific Territories Regional Project for Sustainable Ecosystem Management (PROTEGE)

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Building capacity for climate adaptation in the Pacific region

As Pacific islands are highly vulnerable to climate change, the Pacific Community (SPC) is committed to building countries' technical capacities to scale up climate action and progress toward achieving the Agenda 2030. Over the last 6 months, SPC trained…

Workshop on regulated fishing area in French Polynesia (2022)

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