Climate and Ocean Support Program in the Pacific (COSPPac)

Thank an Oceanographer!

Pacific features in Global Ocean Observing Conference “When you’re sick, you go to the doctor. Our oceans are sick and we need the scientists and experts to help us understand what is wrong and how to get better.” – Peter Thomson, UN Special Envoy for…

Pacific calls for greater voice in the global effort to save our Ocean

Pacific representatives called for a more inclusive voice as the world prepares for the upcoming UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development 2021-2030. The call was made at the first of 9 regional preparatory workshops to determine the key…

'Failing but not yet failed': we need to improve ocean health

'Failing but not yet failed': we need to improve ocean health 23/07/2019 By Samantha Magick

The science we need for the ocean we want

The science we need for the ocean we want  

Nadi Meteorological Services Staff Training on Oceans Science to Service Workshop

This workshop is developed with support from the Australian Climate and Ocean Support Program in the Pacific (COSPPac).

Stakeholder Engagement Ocean Science to Service Workshop

This workshop is developed with support from the Australian Climate and Ocean Support Program in the Pacific (COSPPac). This two-day workshop will focus on stakeholder engagement to solicit feedback on ocean information products to improve dissemination…

Working together for our Ocean

Across the Pacific Islands, the ocean separates, connects, threatens and sustains us. The ocean has a tremendous impact upon the lives of every islander, but we are only gradually beginning to understand the enormous impact we are having on it. Ensuring…

SPC maritime experts reflect on their experience in Remote Sensing Summer School

Using our earth to understand the impact climate change and disasters have on the Pacific and its islands is critical.  At the Pacific Community’s (SPC) Geoscience, Energy and Maritime Division (GEM) this understanding and knowledge underpins all of the…

Climate Information for Early Action in Tuvalu

Enhanced national climate outlook and drought advisory services leading to improved early disaster preparedness action by stakeholders.  

New Tide Calendar Launched in Tuvalu

The Honourable Prime Minister of Tuvalu, Enele Sopoaga, launched the new 2019 Vaitupu Annual Tide Predictions Calendar yesterday at the National Climate Outlook Forum in Tuvalu. “These are very useful for planning and for Tuvaluans that go out fishing or…
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