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The regional Inform project is holding a meeting this week to review progress towards building national and regional capacity to improve environmental decision-making through strengthening planning and reporting in the Pacific. Link to the full...
A new milestone is being reached for the Pacific Islands, with the very first Pacific Invasive Species Programme Management course coordinated by the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) with the Pacific...
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. 
The Pacific Climate Change Centre to be based in Samoa, will open in September.The centre will be the first of its kind in the region and will deliver capacity development programmes in adaptation, mitigation, climate services and project...
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2nd Pacific Islands Environment Leadership Awards (PIELA). The PIELA commemorates the outstanding contribution of individuals, communities, NGOs, provate enterprise and countries towards achieving an...
You don't have to be a competitive athlete at the Samoa 2019 Pacific games to win a prize! People who show the best environmentally friendly attitude, supporting a beautiful and plastic free Samoa, can go into a draw to receive prizes. Click on the...
A partnership between the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) and the University of Newcastle (UON) Australia, has led to the call for applications from Pacific Islanders for two Higher Degree Research scholarships for...
This is the 53rd issue of the SPREP-tok newsletter, covering the month of April 2019 . Click on the link below to read the full newsletter.
Representatives from fifteen (15) Pacific islands have gathered in Nadi this week in the framework of the Pacific- European Union Waste Management Programme (PacWaste) to discuss how to reduce the production of, and improve the management...
A remediation programme to protect island ecosystems from damage caused by oil pollution from World War II wrecks sunk in the Pacific Ocean was launched in Newcastle Harbour today. Click on the link below to read the full article.