Green News: Substitutes for imported animal-feed products are being found through local production of insects for poultry farmers

By drawing inspiration from how natural ecosystems functions, a circular economy makes it possible to: create positive value loops with each use or reuse of the material or product before its final destruction, avoid depletion of natural resources by…

Green News: reusing waste from fisheries and aquaculture for agricultural purposes

In a context of environmental and health disruptions, reusing waste from fisheries and aquaculture for agricultural purposes has real resilience potential for local communities in the Pacific Islands. Tests are currently being carried out in French…

Green News: Let's not waste water, let's protect it

Did you know that a tap left open will produce nearly 20,000 Liters/day? This is the daily consumption of 70 families of 4 people.

Green News: preservation of watersheds in New Caledonia

A watershed is a geographic location where all the water drains towards the same stream or river, sea or groundwater table. Watersheds face a wide range of threats, both man-made and natural, e.g. economic activities, climate change, tropical cyclones,…

Escape Game during the "Fishing Fridays" in Wallis and Futuna

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Using intercropping plants to reintroduce biodiversity on farm plots

French Polynesia is conducting trials with intercropping plants to better manage biological pests while limiting the use of fertilizers, herbicides, or insecticides. Julie Grandgirard, an entomologist at the French Polynesia Agriculture Department who is…

Production of Black Soldier Fly larvae in French Polynesia

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Sharing experiences between Wallis and Futuna and New Caledonia

(available in French only) Coopération régionale sur le thème Pêche côtière et aquaculture PROTEGE La coopération régionale bat son plein entre Wallis et Futuna et la Nouvelle-Calédonie dans le thème de la pêche. Lotolelei MANUFEKAI, technicienne de…

Research for alternatives to chemical herbicides for pineapple production in French Polynesia

(available in French only) L'ananas est la principale production fruitière de la Polynésie française. 3400 tonnes ont été commercialisées en 2019 et 140 ha d'ananas sont plantés sur Moorea. L'enherbement est l'une des principales contraintes techniques…

Launch of the guide to organic cattle farming in New Caledonia

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