IUCN invites you to submit a Proposal for the Preparation of GCF Full Proposal Documents for the Melanesia Coastal and Marine Ecosystem Resilience Programme...The successful consultants will have a team of people to conduct feasibility studies and climate
History was made yesterday on the remote West Coast of Santo, as the Santo Sunset Environment Network (SSEN) ratified its new Constitution...The only CBO based on the West Coast, the Network was formed in 2017 with a goal to ensure the protection and conservation of ecosystems and biodiversity in
They contribute only 0.03% of global carbon emissions, but small island developing states, particularly in the Pacific, are at extreme risk to the threats of climate change. Our study, published today in the journal Nature Climate Change, provides the first mega-assessment on the progress of comm
The Department of Biosecurity (DoB) has brought in tingid, an insect developed as a biocontrol agent against cat's claw creeper, an invasive climbing vine invading forests at several sites on Efate...According to Acting Assistant Plant Health Pathology of the Department of Biosecurity (DoB), Bill
The Ministry of Climate Change, Meteorology, Geo-Hazards, Energy and Environment in collaboration with the Department of Environmental Protection and Conservation (DEPC) have planted sandalwood and palm seedlings within their compounds yesterday to mark the World Environment Day (WED)...The
The Ministry of Climate Change (MoCC) through the Department of Environmental Protection and Conservation (DEPC) is continuously receiving concerns that people are killing birds and flying foxes in the islands affected by Tropical Cyclone (TC) Harold...The Director General of MoCC, Esline Garaebi
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).
SPC has published short reports into ways that women can have a greater say in fisheries management in Fiji, Samoa, Tonga, and Vanuatu.
A technical learning exchange between Vanuatu and Fiji aimed at enhancing understanding on native tree propagation, nursery management and mangrove planting techniques concluded on Friday 1 November following a packed four-day schedule in Fiji. The exchange, supported by the Secretariat of the Pa