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The coral reefs of a Samoan island in the remote southwest Pacific are in a surprisingly poor condition, highlighting the far-reaching impacts of climate change. KAUST marine scientists joined colleagues on the research schooner Tara to examine...
The Aiga Folau o Samoa, the Samoa Voyaging Society, has brought Samoa"s va"atele, the Gaualofa back to Samoa...For the remainder of the year, Gaualofa will be in Samoa and visit communities with a newly developed Environmental Education Outreach...
For the first time, the Oceania region has secured a top award recognition from The Ramsar Convention Wetland Conservation...the Ramsar Convention Award for Young Wetlands Champions 2018 has been snatched by none other than the Youth Climate Action...
Four hundred representatives from villages and community organisations in Samoa, participated in the "Call for Proposals" Workshops" by the U.N.D.P. Global Environment Facility (G.E.F.) Small Grants Programme (S.G.P.).Click on the link below to read...
Samoa recently became the world's 17th shark sanctuary, joining other countries in the effort to preserve threatened shark species within their waters.Click on the link below to read the full story. 
World Water and Forests Day was celebrated in Samoa on Tuesday. The two-day event, themed "Water...
This publication presents condensed "Lessons Learned" from five years implementation of a project across four countries in the South Pacific Island Region (Fiji, Samoa, Vanuatu and Niue) aimed at strengthening biodiversity conservation and reduction...
Samoa hosts Pacific Ministerial Shark Symposium 1 March, 2018, Apia, Samoa - Pacific history was made with the very first Pacific Ministerial Shark Symposium opening in Samoa today, demonstrating global leadership from the island region in...
The launch of a new project puts the small Polynesian country at the forefront of "Access and Benefit Sharing" " helping ensure communities derive significant economic, social and environmental benefits from the country"s extensive genetic resources...
The 12th Conference of Parties of the Convention on Migratory Species (CMS COP12) today accepted the proposal by Samoa and Sri Lanka to list the blue shark on CMS Appendix II, acknowledging that the species is currently under threat and would...