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SPREP's Duncan McIntosh said while the solution has to be dealt with globally by reducing carbon emissions, there are strategies which can be employed locally. Click on the link below to read the full article and access associated interview....
An Ecosystem and Socio-economic Resilience Analysis and Mapping (ESRAM) assessment undertaken by the Pacific Ecosystem-based Adaptation to Climate Change Project (PEBACC) in the Solomon Islands has been presented with the 2018 Sustainable Management...
The main objective of the agreement is to develop a partnership between the two organisations that will enhance the conservation and management of biodiversity and ecosystems, climate change resilience, as well as funding mechanisms for studies...
SPREP is calling for tenders from qualified and experienced consultants who can offer their services for the following - Consultant for By-Catch Mitigation Component of the EDF-11 PEUMP funded By-catch and Integrated Ecosystem. Click...
Here is SPREP-Tok, Issue 49 covering the month of October 2018. Click on the link below to access the newsletter. 
The Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP), in partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) Global Programme of Action for the Protection of the Marine Environment from Land-based Activities (...
To support Tuvalu's conservation initiatives a national technical workshop was held on 17 October 2018, engaging protected area stakeholders from government agencies, donor funded projects and NGOs. Click on the link below to read the full article....
  SPREP is seeking applications from interested experts for the above-mentioned tender. Click on the link below for further details.    
Please find SPREP’s Climate Change Matters newsletter for the period August-September, 2018. Click on the link below to access the newsletter. 
SPREP-Tok is SPREP's monthly e-newsletter. Here is Issue 48 covering the month of September 2018.