UH Hilo undergraduate Sabrina Bejang did not think she would ever choose marine biology for a career. Bejang, like many young Marshallese women, grew up wary of the ocean and knew little of the coral reef systems that make up Majuro atoll, the capital of the Republic of the Marshall Islands.
How do you solve a problem like an invasion of feral cats? No, it’s not a scenario from a sci-fi dystopia but a real conundrum for scientists, authorities, and conservationists in Australia.
The Protected Areas Network (PAN) was able to support three college interns this summer under the Internship component of the PAN Capacity Building Scholarship Program. This opportunity was made possible through partneshgip with the Palau Natrional Scholarship Office.
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 Regional Invasive Species Management Support Service (PRISMSS).
The Protected Area Network along withg several agencies teamed up to help PAN site managers gain the necessary knowledge and skills, to be able to effectively manage their states' protected areas, which was the main goal of the three-day workshop facilitated by the Palau Conservation Society (PCS
This course will provide those involved in disaster risk reduction with a clear understanding of the challenging dynamics of designing policies, mobilising resources and leveraging technology to reduce the risks and effects of disasters. Places are filling fast.
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 Pacific Environmental Protection.
As a young aspiring professional who wants to make a difference, the YPP is an annual recruitment program to start a career with the UN Secretariat. Click on the link below for further details
The Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute, in partnership with the Protected Areas Learning & Research Collaboration (PALRC), offers a five-day intensive training program that aims to give participants a good understanding of adaptive management tools through the internatio