With extremely limited global travel, and the almost total shutdown of the tourism industry in Fiji, Ocean Ventures Fiji, a PADI scuba diving operator based in the untouched Natewa Bay near Savusavu, decided to put their time to good use by writing a first-of-its kind coral reef ecology course.
The program is devoted to understanding and analyzing the most important and consequential environmental concern of the 21st century; namely, Global Change. Problems of an entirely new and interdisciplinary nature require the establishment of innovative approaches in research and education.
Twelve Pacific Islands nationals from 12 nations successfully completed their nine-month Pacific Ocean Finance Fellowship this week... Peni Suveinakama from the Office of the Pacific Ocean Commissioner officiated at the virtual closing ceremony...This integrated programme of training, financial s
Environment officers in Vanuatu now have the skills to produce basic maps of protected and conserved areas of Vanuatu following training on the upgraded tools and features of the Pacific Islands Protected Area Portal (PIPAP) as well as geographic information systems (GIS).
A national training for government officers across environment and fisheries sectors, co-organised and implemented by the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) and the Samoa Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE) was completed last week.
The course will help you better understand the linkages between gender and the environment. It will provide you with the knowledge and tools to mainstream gender, and to be an effective change-maker for sustainable development.
The course provides those involved in disaster risk reduction with a clear understanding of the challenges in policy dynamics, resource mobilisation and leveraging technology to reduce both disaster risk and impact. We are delighted to announce new dates for our Professional Certifica
The main objective of the training was to build the capacities of GOS and Government Corporations to increase their access to, and their skills in spatial data management, storage and use of GIS in natural resource planning.The training was organised by the Section of National Mapping under the T
Nine Fijians are part of a 10 day training and assessment that will certify them in coastal fisheries and aquaculture compliance. Senior Fisheries Officer Aporosa Rabo says the certificate four training will enable them to carry out thorough compliance assessments.
Invasive species coordinators and practitioners from around the Pacific have gathered at the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) in Apia, Samoa for a five-week Invasive Species Programme Management Course.