Framework for Nature Conservation and Protected Areas in the Pacific Islands Region 2014 - 2020
This Framework provides guidance to Pacific Island countries are territories (PICTs), regional organisations, NGOs, the international donor community and partners working together to achieve the global 2020 Aichi Biodiversity Targets of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) through the implementation of National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans (NBSAPs). It provides conservation practitioners with guidance on recognised best practices for conservation in the region.
Guidelines for Undertaking Rapid Biodiversity Assessments in Terrestrial and Marine Environments in the Pacific
SPREP presents these guidelines for undertaking rapid biodiversity assessments in its Pacific island member countries and territories: Micronesia, Melaniesia, and Polynesia. These assessments are referred to as BIORAPs. The guidelines are recommended to be used by SPREP members for planning and implementation of terrestrial and marine BIORAP surveys, and subsequent monitoring of important sites.
PROE Rapport Annuel 2013
Le rapport annuel 2013 donne un aperçu des activités du Secrétariat à l'appui de nos membres et met en lumière les événements clés, tels que le rapport à l'année comme la neuvième conservation de la nature et de la Conférence des aires protégées et la réunion conjointe historique de la plate-forme Pacifique pour la gestion des risques de catastrophe et Pacifique sur le changement climatique Table ronde. Nouveau sur le rapport annuel 2013 est une section qui met en évidence une activité clé pour chacun des insulaires du Pacifique membres du PROE.
Gaining access to the Pacific Adaptation Fund in the Pacific : a case study on SPREP
This guide aims to simplify, consolidate and provide action-oriented guidance on accessing the Adaptation Fund. It provides a detailed account of the Adaptation Fund Board's criteria for accreditation and a practical checklist for countries. It also makes practical suggestions for Pacific Island Countries to think about in preparing their accreditation plans.
Guidelines for the design and implementation of community-managed water storage in Tuvalu
In Tuvalu, the Pacific Adaptation to Climate Change (PACC) project is building resilience to drought by improving the country's water resources management.
Guidelines for the design of a conjunctive water supply system in Nauru (PTR8)
This report is an output of the Nauru PACC Project. It describes the process undertaken to identify, design and implement two demonstration projects under the Pacific Adaptation to Climate Change (PACC) project in Nauru.
Design for improved water supply and water management in Hihifo district, Tonga (PTR7)
This report provides design details and costs for the proposed long-term improvements to the water supply system at Hihifo on the island of Tongatapu, Kingdom of Tonga.
Socio-economic assessment of Hihifo district, the pilot site for the Pacific Adaptation to Climate Change (PACC) Project in Tonga (PTR6)
This report presents the findings of a socio-economic assessment (SEA) that was carried out in Hihifo district in late 2010 and early 2011.
Reducing vulnerability of island coasts: PACC Experiences 5
Reducing the vulnerability of coasts through appropriate adaptation measures is one of the focus areas of the Pacific Adaptation to Climate Change (PACC) Programme.