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July 17, 2024
Island and Ocean Ecosystems
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Latest SPREP publications

Analysis of Port Based outreach, Port of Suva: 2019-2023, Implemented by BirdLife International Suva, Fiji
SPREP-Tok : Issue 96. July, 2024
Vanuatu Financial Projections Mechanism Technical Report : Rapid Climate Risk Assessment Framework
COSPPac Monthly Bulletin, May 2024
Analysis of Port Based outreach, Port of Suva: 2019-2023, Implemented by BirdLife International Suva, Fiji
SPREP-Tok : Issue 96. July, 2024
Vanuatu Financial Projections Mechanism Technical Report : Rapid Climate Risk Assessment Framework
COSPPac Monthly Bulletin, May 2024

Our Projects

1. NHMSs are operating and maintaining an enhanced set of
observation and data management infrastructure (including
for traditional knowledge) in line with global standards, and
are increasingly sharing related data;

The project will support SPREP to lead a regional initiative to ensure Pacific Island Countries are supported to develop their understanding, evidence base and priorities for addressing loss and damage arising from climate change impacts.

The project aims to strengthen the role of the PCCC through funding from the Government of Australia to further operationalize the PCCC's functions and leverage the support provided by existing partners.

SPREP has received funding from the Government of Australia through the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to support the implementation of the project “Strengthening Pacific Leadership in International Climate Change Engagement”.

To support Pacific Small Island Developing States (PSIDS) to attend and have a strong presence and voice to drive ambitious climate action at COP28, COP29 and COP30.

The primary aim and goal of this project is for SPREP to strengthen Pacific Island Countries in realizing their commitments towards the UNFCCC and COP21 Paris Agreement, by supporting country driven requests for NDC-related support, as well as training and capacity building on topics related to N

The proposed Action takes place within the framework of an existing Financing Agreement between the Organisation of African, Caribbean and Pacific States Secretariat (“OACPS Secretariat”) and the European Union (EU) for the implementation of the Intra-ACP Climate Services and Related Application

Effective ecosystem management for healthy, complementary networks of protected, productive and restored landscapes in Guadalcanal, Malaita and Rennell-Bellona provinces and a specific protected area focus in Temotu province.

The Promoting Pacific Island Nature-based Solutions (PPIN) project seeks to support the development of policy and legislation for Nature-based Solutions (NbS), build awareness and capacity, and strengthen regional cooperation amongst Pacific Islands Countries and Territories (PICTS) on NbS.

The Pacific Biodiversity and Sustainable Land-Seascapes (Pacific BioScapes) Programme contributes to the sustainable development of Pacific SIDS by supporting and improving the management and sustainable use of marine and coastal resources.

PRISMSS Restoring Island Resilience funded by NZMFAT and aims to deliver flagship island-scale programmes in countries considered by the Pacific Regional Invasive Species Management Support Service (PRISMSS) to be high priority from a climate change and biodiversity protection perspective.

moana blue pacific
Moana Blue Pacific @COP27
piela2020
2nd Pacific Islands Environment Leadership Awards
Inform
Inform E-Learning Course Registration
Virtual Library
Virtual Library
Webinar Series
SPREP Webinar Series
soec-2020
State of Environment and Conservation in the Pacific Islands
PCCP
Pacific Climate Change Portal
PCCC
Pacific Climate Change Centre
moana blue pacific
Moana Blue Pacific @COP27
piela2020
2nd Pacific Islands Environment Leadership Awards
Inform
Inform E-Learning Course Registration
Virtual Library
Virtual Library
Webinar Series
SPREP Webinar Series
soec-2020
State of Environment and Conservation in the Pacific Islands
PCCP
Pacific Climate Change Portal
PCCC
Pacific Climate Change Centre

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