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Pacific Agriculture and Forestry Ministers Endorse Strategy for International Year of Plant Health 2020

Pacific Ministers of Agriculture and Forestry and Heads of Delegations from 21 Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs) officially endorsed a strategy for the International Year of Plant Health 2020 at the second Ministers of Agriculture and…

Pacific forestry leaders to set regional targets for the Decade on Ecosystem Restoration

Forestry leaders from around the Pacific came together at the Pacific Week of Agriculture in Samoa, and agreed to set regional targets for the United Nations Decade on Ecosystem Restoration.

ACIAR-SPC Roundtable Meeting

​The Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) partners with SPC in the areas of agriculture, forests and fisheries. This roundtable is a preparatory meeting toward the Pacific Week of Agriculture (PWA) to be held in Samoa from 30…

SPC-EU provides new hatchery for J. Hunter Pearls

A new pearl hatchery, complete with algae bioreactors to help spawn oysters to grow pearls was opened at the J. Hunter Pearls facility in Savusavu, Fiji today. The new hatchery is capable of producing 10 times more new oysters than in the past. This…

Speaking points for Deputy Director-General, Pacific Community, Dr Audrey Aumua - Launch of Vulnerability of Pacific Agriculture and Forestry to Climate Change

Consul-General, Paul Wilson Member representatives Partners and colleagues On behalf of the Pacific Community, I extend warm greetings to you all. Thank you for joining us for this launch. It’s significant because we’re launching the most comprehensive…

Director-General’s message for International Day of Forests

In the Pacific, we recognise forests and trees as important natural resources that provide everyone with economic, social, cultural and environmental benefits. Message from Pacific Community Director-General, Dr Colin Tukuitonga

Reforest Fiji seedlings contribute to Cyclone Winston recovery

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