The University of the South Pacific (USP) European Union Intra-African, Caribbean and Pacific Global Climate Change Alliance and the Pacific Adaptation to Climate Change and Resilience Building (PACRES) have successfully organised a 3-day tree planting workshop for a number of communities in Vanu
The SANMA Community Environment & Networking Organization (SCENO) is now registered under the Vanuatu Financial Services Commission (VFSC).
While the Vanuatu Government is trying to establish the Ministry of Fisheries, Ocean and Maritime Affairs, people on the small island of Pele in North of Efate have proven that people cannot only survive on land resources but also marine resources.
The Council of Ministers (COM) has revoked its decision to establish a Ministry of Fisheries, Ocean and Maritime Affairs. The COM made the decision during its meeting on Malekula in October last year, following the Prime Minister's announcement on Independence Day.
The Erromango Cultural Association has won a UK funded grant through the One Ocean Hub to draw from Erromango’s artistic and cultural heritage to produce contemporary artwork and traditional stories that celebrate the indigenous connection to the ocean...The 10-month Erromango project will also p
The National Forest Inventory (NFI) has been progressing well since it began last year covering almost all selected islands, with only Gaua, Maewo and Ambae left to be completed...Upon completion of the remaining islands and further analysis of data generated, the Department of Forests (DoF) will
The people of the Maskelyns, Southeast Malekula, are once again benefiting from the results of respecting to their own Community-Based management rules developed by the communities themselves.
The Vanuatu Environmental Science Society (VESS), a local conservation NGO, is pleased to be collaborating with Big Blue Scuba Dive and the New Zealand and British High Commissions in Vanuatu to protect the coral reefs from predators that leave bare rock in their wake.