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SPREP is seeking to recruit a Finance and Administration Assistant for the Pacific Ecosystem-based Adaptation to Climate Change (PEBACC) Project -Solomon Islands. Link below for further details. 
Thanks to a National Science Foundation grant, which funded our trip, this program allowed us to visit an amazing part of the world with lots of amazing, diverse fauna to study. The people there were incredible, and we were very fortunate to go to...
Launched on 27 June, the Barana Nature and Heritage Park is a milestone for community-based conservation in Solomon Islands. Owned by the Barana Community, the park spans approximately 5,000 hectares of forest area in the upper catchment of the...
The fate of these islands, and the ensuing disastrous impact on our global environment, lies in the hands of China.Virtually all of the Solomon Islands’ timber is exported to mainland China, and indeed this small group of islands is the country’s...
Helping Solomon Islands to further enhance environment monitoring and reporting was the launch of a national environmental online portal as well as a range of reports called the Ecosystem Resilience Analysis and Mapping Reports, in June. Click on...
About 5,000 tonnes of the mineral bauxite has spilled into a bay in Solomon Islands where a bulk carrier ran aground earlier this year, spilling thousands of litres of oil.The latest spill at Rennell, near a World Heritage Area, has locals suffering...
Tetepare Island is a rugged place in the western Solomon Islands that’s cloaked in rainforest and fringed with biodiverse reefs. It’s home to turtles, crocodiles and many endangered species. It’s also one of the last remaining nesting grounds for...
The validation workshop of the Solomon Islands State of Environment (SoE) Report and National Environment Management Strategy (NEMS) was held at the Paul Tovua complex at the National Parliament, 28 - 30 May 2019. Click on the link below to...
A group of residents of Nende Island in the Solomon Islands claim corrupt government practices allowed a logging company to get a license to log the island’s primary forests, as well as cropland. Click on the link below to read the full article....
Water supplies in the Solomon Islands capital, Honiara, are being increasingly affected by logging upstream from the catchment. Click on the link below to read the full article.