geosciences

Pacific Community study finds wave energy feasible in the region

On the eve of World Oceans Day, the Pacific Community (SPC) has released a study confirming that wave energy could be a cost-effective energy resource for Pacific Island countries and territories.

Marshall Islands declares maritime boundaries to UN

The Republic of the Marshall Islands has reached a major milestone in ocean resource management and international relations following the submission of their completed maritime boundary legislation to the United Nations on 22 April 2016.

Short film highlights public engagement on deep sea minerals potential

SPC welcomes Nauru's new legislation to govern seabed mining activities

By passing its International Seabed Minerals Bill on 23 October 2015 the Government of Nauru becomes one of the few countries in the world to have an Act governing its engagement in seabed mineral activities undertaken w

Geospatial Council maps a regional strategy

Surveyors and geospatial experts from 12 Pacific Island countries convened today at the 2nd Pacific Geospatial and

Coastal protection project opened in Ailinglaplap, Marshall Islands

The President of the Republic of Marshall Islands, His Excellency Christopher Loeak, yesterday officially opened the Coastal Causeway Projec

Coastal protection project opened in Ailinglaplap, Marshall Islands

The President of the Republic of Marshall Islands, His Excellency Christopher Loeak, today officially opened the Coastal Causeway Project in Woja Island, Ailinglapl
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