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February 28, 2024 by sprep-pa

A new study by researchers at the Palau International Coral Reef Center (PICRC) and Newcastle University reveals differing recovery rates for coral populations on Palauan reefs following typhoons Bopha and Haiyan in 2012 and 2013

February 22, 2024 by sprep-pa

A successfully implemented marine spatial plan can reduce conflicts among users, reduce environmental impacts, facilitate compatible uses, and protect critical ecosystems.

February 15, 2024 by sprep-pa

In a collaborative effort within Micronesia to enhance coastal
fisheries faced with a changing climate, a group of local and national organizations participated
in an inception workshop marking an important milestone of the Kiwa Initiative’s Regional
MiCOAST Project.

February 9, 2024 by sprep-pa

Samoa’s native biodiversity has significantly increased with the confirmed sightings of three new species of seabirds on the main island of Upolu since February 2023, after their sightings at sea during offshore surveys raised the possibility that they may be breeding there.

February 7, 2024 by sprep-pa

Dedicated towards conserving Cook Islands biodiversity, the island nation is applying for the Takitumu Conservation Area to be recognised as an ‘Other Effective area-based Conservation Measure’.  If successful, this will be the first internatio

January 26, 2024 by sprep-pa

An Australian fossil fuel company is expanding its nature-based carbon project portfolio in Papua New Guinea and expects its offset portfolio to swell to above 10 million units while also readying a new carbon trading desk in Singapore

January 25, 2024 by sprep-pa

An Australian carbon trade company has signed an agreement with a Fijian counterpart to work on credits aligned with Article 6

January 19, 2024 by sprep-pa

Villagers covered under the Tree Kangaroo Conservation Programme (TKCP) in Morobe will benefit from a K1 million contract to develop coffee in Kabwum's Yus local level government.

January 18, 2024 by sprep-pa

Facial recognition software is being used to track turtle movements in the Cook Islands. The citizen science turtle monitoring project has been up and running for a year now, launched in 2023 by Te Ipukarea society to involve the community in conservation efforts.

January 12, 2024 by sprep-pa

For the first time ever, researchers have created a global map of human activity in the oceans and on coastlines, published last week in the journal Nature.

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