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Atelier régional «Forêt et agroforesterie»
Atelier régional "Pêche côtière et aquaculture"
Premier atelier régional PROTEGE sur le thème Pêche côtière et aquaculture.
PROTEGE enters its operational phase
PROTEGE (“Pacific Territories Regional Project for Sustainable Ecosystem Management” or “protect” in French) is an initiative designed to promote sustainable and climate-change-resilient economic development in the European Pacific overseas countries and…
3rd SPC Regional Technical Meeting for Coastal Fisheries (RTMCF)
Responsible sport fishing - Handling fish caught on surface lures and jigs
Produced by Nearshore Fisheries Development Section of the Pacific Community (SPC) and the Southern Province of New Caledonia. Scientific adverser: Michel Blanc, Nearshore Fisheries Development Adviser, Pacific Community (SPC) Emmanuel Coutures,…
Fisheries study addresses critical data gap
A valuable new study on fisheries in the Pacific Islands region is now available. Fisheries in the Economies of Pacific Island Countries and Territories produced by the Pacific Community (SPC), with support from the Government of Australia and the Forum…
Data is key for sustainable Pacific fisheries
The importance of inshore fisheries to people living in the Pacific region, both economically and as a food source, was quantified at the recent regional workshop on the “Future of coastal/inshore fisheries management”, held at the Secretariat of the…
Future of coastal fisheries lies between science, Pacific tradition and a song
A new song for Pacific coastal fisheries, representing a pathway to change, was the centrepiece of recommendations to emerge from a fisheries forum which ended today at the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) headquarters in Noumea.
Ripples from Pacific fisheries forums to be felt globally
The future management of one of the world’s most significant fisheries which spans more than 30 million square kilometres of the Pacific Ocean will be under review at back-to-back forums over the next week at the headquarters of the Secretariat of the…