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February 5, 2023 by sprep-pa

How do we go from protecting eight percent of marine areas to 30 percent in less than 10 years?

January 27, 2023 by sprep-pa

“Restoring coral reefs is an increasingly important strategy used to combat the impacts of climate change,” said author Dr. Yimnang Golbuu, CEO of PICRC.

January 27, 2023 by sprep-pa

Nawi Island’s Mangrove Rehabilitation Program launched in November last year is aimed at helping to enrich qoliqoli areas and have rooted benefits within the communities and the environment.

January 27, 2023 by sprep-pa

Logging is threatening the Torricelli Mountains, a biodiversity-rich forested range in Papua New Guinea known for its tree kangaroos and other threatened species of birds and mammals...Satellite imagery shows the loss of forest and an increase in roadbuilding over the past two years.

January 27, 2023 by sprep-pa

The training for the S.C.S. staff and members was run by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN Oceania). S.C.S. President James Atherton said the O le Pupu Puʿe is the oldest national park in Samoa.

January 19, 2023 by sprep-pa

Despite a wealth of biodiversity laws operating at every scale of governance, the world’s rich diversity of plants, animals, and ecosystems is disappearing.

January 19, 2023 by sprep-pa

Illegal fishing continues to be a challenge in Vatu-i-Ra waters, the site of Fiji’s biggest conservation park. So much so that local fish wardens are hoping they would be equipped with more patrol boats to boost monitoring and surveillance in the area, where fishing is banned and public access is

January 19, 2023 by sprep-pa

The High Ambition Coalition for Nature and People announced that the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and the World Resources Institute (WRI) will host its new permanent Secretariat.

January 19, 2023 by sprep-pa

The sea has already swallowed the village graveyard in Togoru, Fiji, and long-time resident Lavenia McGoon is dreading the day it claims her house. She piles old rubber car tyres under the coconut trees that line the beachfront, hoping this makeshift seawall will at least buy some time.

January 18, 2023 by sprep-pa

A Tribe on Vella, Western Province has opted for carbon trading instead of logging their land for commercial gain.

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