Launch of the guide to organic cattle farming in New Caledonia
An innovative helicopter data acquisition campaign on water resources in Poum
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Virtual event on biodiversity and resilience building in the Pacific
During the 10th Nature Conservation and Protected Areas Conference, the Pacific Community (SPC) is organizing a virtual side event which will explore effective ways to ensure social and economic development while fostering nature conservation and…
10th Pacific Islands Conference: Nature Conservation and Protected Area
The Nature Conservation and Protected Areas conference has become the principle conference of government agencies, NGOs, community-based organisations, donor agencies and individual experts concerned with conservation science and practice in the…
Visit in New Caledonia of Mr. Sujiro Seam, Ambassador of the European Union for the Pacific
As part of his first formal visit to New Caledonia, Mr. Sujiro SEAM, Ambassador of the European Union for the Pacific, met the main stakeholders of the territory. He notably visited some of the projects funded by the European Development Fund (EDF),…
Pacific Statistics Methods Board (PSMB) Meeting - Oct 2019
The fourth meeting of the Pacific Statistics Methods Board (PSMB) will occur from 28 to 29 November, 2019, at the Pacific Community (SPC) in Noumea, New Caledonia. The meeting will cover the following topics:
Successful end to #UnitedagainstNCDs training programme
SPC recently completed a training programme designed to build capacity of health professionals from the French-speaking Pacific Island countries and territories (New Caledonia, Wallis and Futuna, French Polynesia and Vanuatu). The programme consisted of…
RESCCUE activity in New Caledonia: Protected Areas Network
RESCCUE Project in a Nutshell In order to preserve the biodiversity of the Great South, RESCCUE helped developing the network of protected areas.
RESCCUE activity in New Caledonia: Fire
RESCCUE Project in a Nutshell Now heading to New Caledonia, more precisely in the Great South where fire is one of the main threats to biodiversity and to people.
RESCCUE activity in New Caledonia: Ecological Restoration
RESCCUE Project in a Nutshell The environment of the Great South has been degraded by fire and mining. RESCCUE developed a restoration strategy for the degraded sites so as to increase consistency and efficiency of actions by the various stakeholders.