Over fourty people including children gathered last Saturday at the Malololelei Recreation Reserve to celebrate International Day for Biological Diversity 2021. The event which revolved around the theme “We Are Part of the Solution” was hosted by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment
Nearly 5,000 trees have been planted through a Samoa Conservation Society (S.C.S) project whose ultimate goal is to restore forest. The project has been implemented in partnership with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (M.N.R.E) at the O le Pupu-Pue National Park.
The project, funded through the U.S. Embassy in Apia, consists of the protection and conservation of the mangrove ecosystem and wetlands of Samoa. Caretaker Prime Minister, who is also carrying the portfolio of the Minister of Natural Resources and Environment, Tuilaepa Sailele Dr.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to plague economies and societies across the globe, the Scientific Research Organisation of Samoa (SROS) maintains its commitment to strengthening and enhancing its contributions to Samoa’s nation-wide response.
The Art Whistler Memorial Garden is on track to open in June and the tribute to the legendary Pacific botanist will serve as a home for endangered Samoan plant species. The Assistant Chief Executive Officer (A.C.E.O) of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment's (M.N.R.E) Department of E
Samoa has officially crossed the finish line in its Two Million Trees campaign, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (M.N.R.E) has told the Samoa Observer. The campaign was designed to plant native and fruit trees from 2015 to 2020 to restore Samoa's forests after a decade of decline
The theme of World Water and Forest Day this year was: “Valuing our Water and Forest resources: a path to recovery and well-being” The theme looks at promoting the social, environmental, and economic values of forests and water, especially in raising the resilience of communities and national eco
More Samoans are turning to the ocean to sustain their livelihoods as the impact of the coronavirus pandemic continues to force more and more people out of jobs...35 year old Kitiona Malaesaili is one of those who has turned to the ocean for food and income in order to support his family in these