PROTEGE demonstration-farm networks: committing to an agroecological transition in the Pacific
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…
Climate action training: leveraging Nationally Determined Contributions in the Pacific region
The Pacific Community (SPC), as a Regional Pacific NDC Hub partner and as an answer to Pacific countries needs, faciliated a training workshop to enhance climate action in the region (24-26 February).
Kiwa Initiative: Regional Webinar "Call for Ideas for Regional Projects 2022" (15 and 17 December)
The Pacific Community (SPC) and the Pacific Regional Environment Program (SPREP) invite you to explore the objectives of the Kiwa Initiative's "Call for Ideas for Regional Projects 2022". On 15 and 17 December (8:00 – 10:00am Noumea Time), join one of…
Spotlight on the Kiwa Initiative during the EU-Indo-Pacific High-Level Conference on Climate Change
A network of organic learning farms in the Pacific to promote climate-change resilience and food security
Nature-based solutions key to new farm learning network
A new network of organic farms that launched today will work to increase food security and help protect the Pacific’s food system from current and future shocks, including climate change and public health emergencies such as COVID-19.
Uncovering nature’s potential for managing climate change – a priority in the Pacific Islands
True storehouses of biodiversity, the Pacific Islands are home to a unique natural heritage characterised by some of the world’s highest endemism rates for both flora and fauna. However, this biodiversity is under threat due especially to the growing…
Pacific Organic Learning Farm Network Launch
The Pacific Organic Learning Farm (OLF) Network is an LRD project administered by POETCom. The launch is at SPC HQ in Noumea next Friday, May 28 at 10 am Noumea time, 11 am in Fiji.
Green News: Transformative climate action is urgently needed to protect the most important reservoir of terrestrial and marine biodiversity from environmental changes
Pacific Islands are scattered across 1/3 of the earth. On Earth Day let's remember transformative climate action is urgently needed to protect the most important reservoir of terrestrial and marine biodiversity from environmental changes.