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European Union renews commitment to Pacific climate and biodiversity in overseas territories
Tomas Mateo Goyet (Team Leader, overseas territories at the EU Delegation for the Pacific) and Cameron Diver (SPC Deputy Director-General) finalizing the SPC-SPREP codelagation agreement for the 11th EDF.
SPC as a key partner for biodiversity and climate change in the Pacific
AFD, the French agency for international development, together with Australia, the European Union and New Zealand launched the Pacific intitiative last month in New York as a side eent to the One Planet Summit. This 21m-euro fund is focused on…
Protéger la ressource en eau du massif des Lèvres à TOUHO - Tipwoto
Nouvelle-Calédonie - Protéger la ressource en eau du massif des Lèvres à TOUHO - Province NORD / Tipwoto / Planter un arbre pour une vie / RESCCUE / INTEGRE
Pacific Community Director-General on first official visit to French Polynesia
The Pacific Community Director-General, Dr Colin Tukuitonga, will visitFrench Polynesia nextweek where he willmeet with government representatives to discussdevelopment priorities for the Pacific Island territory. High on the agenda of his five-day visit…
Pacific Islands need smarter development to minimise damage to natural environment
Smarter development practices are needed to minimise damage to the the fragile natural environment and biodiversity of Pacific Island countries and territories. These are the sentiments expressed by Fiji’s Permanent Secretary for Forestry and Fisheries…
“The tree that heralds the forest”: INTEGRE and RESCCUE projects’ initial outcomes in New Caledonia’s Northern Province
The initial outcomes of environmental rehabilitation and invasive species control efforts by the Pacific Community (SPC) and New Caledonia's Northern Province through the INTEGRE and RESCCUE projects are now visible in the Thiem watershed. The primary…
Collaborating for improved environmental and health effectiveness, integration and reach
Released to coincide with Europe Day, two European Union funded projects in the Pacific are working together to expand their effectiveness and reach, and deliver improved environmental and public health outcomes across the region.