Regional Action Plan for Sharks: Guidance for Pacific Island Countries and Territories on the Conservation and Management of Sharks
The Regional Plan of Action for Sharks (RPOA Sharks) is a collaborative project between the Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA), the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) and the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP). The initiative was funded under Part VII of the United Nations Fish Stocks Agreement with the support of the Republic of Palau, the
Republic of Kiribati and Papua New Guinea.
Institutional capacity within Melanesian countries to effectively respond to climate change impacts, with a focus on Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands
This report presents findings from an assessment of institutional capacity within Melanesian countries to address climate change impacts. The assessment covers the four independent countries of Melanesia with a particular focus on the archipelagic countries of Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands.
Review of economic and livelihood impact assessments of, and adaptation to, climate change in Melanesia
This Melanesia project, undertaken by the Bishop Museum and SPREP, is part of a John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation initiative to help understand better adaptation strategies suited to local circumstances, which are based on local information, good governance and through the strengthening of conservation practices.
Mainstreaming Climate Change into NSDS (parts 1 and 2)
Parts 1 and 2 of Mr. Seve Paeniu's presentation at the PACC Technical Meeting, USP, FijiDownload:
Strategic environmental assessment and future potential shoreline impacts of the oil spill from WW11 shipwreck Hoyo Maru. Chuul Lagoon - Federated States of Micronesia
This report is a strategic environmental assessment (SEA) of the risks posed by the chronically leaking Hoyo Maru in Chuuk Lagoon, Federated States of Micronesia.
PACC Technical Meeting Agenda
The overall purpose of the meeting is to provide guidance on the technical requirements of the PACC project. The Technical Meeting will focus on two main elements; i) national capacity development or mainstreaming and ...
Climate Change Concepts
A presentation by Dr. Tony Weir of PACE USP
Good coastal management practices in the Pacific : experiences from the field
This report presents a series of case studies of coastal management initiatives from a wide a range of countries and territories thoughout the Pacific region. Case studies illustrates examples of local, provinicial, national and regional scales of actions.
PACC Face Form Package
Use the FACE form to report for the current quarter and request funds for the next quarter.
1st PACC Project Executive Group Meeting
The PEG is the policy and technical guidance group of the PACC project and they meet every quarter to review and approve PACC activities.Download: