SPREP established this fund in 2013, to honor the life and work of Lui Bell and his commitment to the conservation of marine species in the Pacific.
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Cir#19/62: 29th SPREP Meeting: 'Resilient Blue Pacific' and the SPREP Environment Ministers' High Level Talanoa
Please find attached the Environment Ministers' High-Level Talanoa Communique and the Chairs Summary from Friday 6 of September 2019.
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Cir#19/61: IMPACT COP25 Pacific Preparatory Meeting, 5-8 November 2019, Pacific Climate Change Centre, SPREP, Apia, Samoa
SPREP in partnership with Climate Analytics and the One CROP Plus team will be convening the Pacific COP25 Preparatory Meeting under the IMPACT Project.
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Cir#19/60: Administrative Update for the 29SM and associated Meetings from 29 August to 6 September, Apia, Samoa
Please find the following updated documents for your information.
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Introduction of Biodiversity Research (BRI), consultant for Mercury inventory development using the UNEP mercury toolkit (Minamata Initial Project - MIA). Proposed timeline BRI has drafted to undertake the activities in your respective countries.
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As part of the Pacific Year of the Coral Reef, SPREP is committed to developing a Regional
Action Plan for Coral Reef Conservation. SPREP has contracted BMT Consulting to work
with Members, to develop a draft Action Plan.
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SPREP is pleased to announce their new staff appointments
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Cir#19/56:Sub-regional capacity building training on the use of ‘Access and Benefit Sharing Clearinghouse (ABS-CH)’, monitoring and reporting on the utilization of genetic resources under the Nagoya Protocol
SPREP is pleased to inform you that a sub-regional capacity building training on the use of Access and Benefit Sharing Clearing House (ABS-CH) and monitoring the utilisation of genetic resources under the Nagoya Protocol will be held from 7-10 October, at the Tanoa International Hotel, Nadi, Fiji. The Secretariat of the Pacific Environment Programme (SPREP) will organise and facilitate the training.
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Cir#19/55: Consultancy for the Completion of Drafting Instructions for Model legislation for UPPOPS Project and consultancy for the review of used Oil Regulations
The Pacific POPs Release reduction project is a GEF funded project under the Pacific Alliance of Susutainability, with components co-financed by the French Development Agency(AFD). The project is in its final year of implementation and is being co-implemented by United nations environment(UNE) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN(FAO).
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Cir#19-54: Upcoming Meetings of the Parties to the Noumea Convention (29 August 2019) and Waigani Convention (30 August 2019) - Provisional Agendas and additional information
15th Ordinary Meeting of the Contracting Parties to the Convention for the Protection of the Natural Resources and Environment of the South Pacific Region and related protocols (Noumea Convention) and the 10th Ordinary Meeting of the Contracting Parties to the Convention to Ban the Importation into Forum Island Countries of Hazardous and Radioactive Wastes and to Control the Transboundary Movement and the Management of Hazardous Wastes within the South Pacific Region (Waigani Convention) that will be held in Apia, Samoa, on Thursday 29 August 2019 and Friday 30 August 2019 respectively, prior to the 29th SPREP Meeting. Both Meetings will be held at the Tanoa Tusitala Hotel, Apia
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It is with great pleasure to announce that nominations are now being accepted for the 2nd Pacific Islands Environment Leadership Awards (PIELA). The PIELA commemorates and promotes the outstanding contributions of individuals, communities, non-governmental organisations, private enterprises and countries towards achieving an environmentally sustainable Pacific in the following key thematic areas:
• Biodiversity and ecosystem protection
• Environmental governance
• Climate change adaptation and resilience
• Waste management and pollution control
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Cir#19/52: Introduction of Biodiversity Research Institude (BRI), consultant for Mercury inventory development using the UNEP mercury toolkit (Minamata Initial Project- MIA)
The Minamata Convention on Mercury is a global treaty to protect human health and the environment from the adverse effects of mercury. The major highlights of the convention include a ban on new mercury mines, the phase out of existing ones, control measures on air emissions and the international regulation of the informal sector for the artisanal and small scale gold mining (ASGM)
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Further to the Circulars #19/35 and 19/47 on the Invitations and Arrangements for the Twenty Ninth SPREP Meeting (29SM) of Officials and associated meetings, please find attached the Agenda the Pacific Environment Forum (PEF). As advised previously, the Environment Forum will be held on Monday, 2nd September 2019 at Tanoa Tusitala Hotel.
This year the PEF is being hosted by the Waste Management and Pollution Control Programme and will focus on plastic pollution, which has become a critical concern globally.
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Cir#19/50: Survey to gauge Capacity Building and Training Needs on Environment Impact Assessment of Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs)
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) are important planning and decision-making tools which are critical to the achievement of national sustainable development priorities including SDGs and multilateral environmental commitments that countries in the region have signed up to. As you are aware, EIA focuses at the project level while SEA is applied at the strategic planning level and both tools mutually support and complement each other.
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Further to circulars 19/35 and 19/47, please find attached the following documents for the meeting.
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Cir#19/48: Save the date: IMPACT Pre-COP25 Pacific Preparatory Meeting 5-8 November 2019, Pacific Climate Change Centre, SPREP, Apia, Samoa
SPREP in partnershop with Climate Analytics and the One CROP+ team will be convening a COP25 Preparatory Meeting under the IMPACT project.
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Cir#19/47: 29th SPREP Meeting: 'Resilient Blue Pacific' and the SPREP Environment Ministers' High Level Talanoa on 6 September 2019
Further to Circular 19/35 on the Invitations and Arrangements for the Twenty Ninth SPREP Meeting (29SM) of Officials and associated meetings, please find attached the Provisional Agenda for the Environment Ministers' High Level Talanoa.
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Cir#19/46: Apia Convention - suspension in accordance with the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties
As you will be aware, at the Eighth Ordinary Meeting of Parties to the Convention on Conservation of Nature in the South Pacific (the Apia Convention) in 2006 Parties discussions on the future of the Apia Convention.
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SPREP presents its compliments to the Country GEF Focal Points and would like to remind Members of the agreed output from the GEF Pacific Constituency meeting held in late May 2019 in Palau. As per paragraph 21 of the meeting minutes (outlined below), it was agreed a coordinated approach to presenting priorities for the Healthy Oceans initiative at the forthcoming Extended Constituency Workshop (ECW) to be held in Nadi Fiji from the 22nd – 25th July would be undertaken:
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Cir#19/44: Indicator-based reporting for Regional State of Environment and Conservation reporting for Oceania
The Secretariat through a partnership agreement with The Nature Conservancy is currently in the initial stage of developing a 2019/2020 Regional State of the Environment Report.
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Cir#19-43:EDF-11 PEUMP Bycatch and Integrated Ecosystem Management Project Inception Meeting, 16 – 17th July, Nadi, Fiji
The Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) will be convening the Bycatch and Integrated Ecosystem Management (BIEM) Project Inception Meeting on the16 – 17th July, at the Novotel Hotel in Nadi, Fiji. The Inception meeting will be followed by a two day Bycatch and endangered species detailed planning meeting on 18 – 19th July in the same venue.
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Cir#19/42:Invitation to attend the Fifth Pacific Meteorological Council Meeting (PMC-5) in Apia, Samoa at theTui Atua Tupua Tamasese Efi (TATTE) Conference Centre, 7th – 9th August 2019.
At the kind invitation of the Government of Samoa, I have the pleasure of inviting you or a nominated representative to attend the 5th Pacific Meteorological Council (PMC-5) to be held in Apia Samoa from the 7th – 9th August 2019.
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Cir#19/41:Invitation to attend the pre-PMC workshops on the IPCC Special Report on the Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate (SROCC) and Next Generation Climate Change Projections
I have the pleasure of inviting two nominated representatives, your IPCC focal point and your climate change focal point to attend two back-to-back workshops namely:
- IMPACT Workshop on IPCC Special Report on the Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate (SROCC) – 29 to 30th July
- Next Generation Climate Projections for the Pacific Workshop- SPREP/CSIRO– 31 July to 1 August.
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- Environmental Planning Adviser
- Systems Developer and Analyst
Applications are invited for the above positions that are being advertised within SPREP Apia, Samoa.
The closing date for applications is Friday 28 June 2019
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It is with sincere pleasure to convey to you that the GEF ISLANDS Programme has been included in the June 2019 GEF Work Programme. This inclusion is based on the understanding that the Programme is in conformity with GEF Trust Fund focal area strategies and with GEF policies and procedures, and will be endorsed by GEF Council by June 10.
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- PacWaste Plus, Regional Project Officer – Fiji
- PacWaste Plus, Regional Project Officer – Republic of Marshall Islands
- PacWaste Plus, Regional Project Officer – Vanuatu
Applications Are Invited For The Above Positions That Is Being Advertised
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SPREP is pleased to announce the new members of the SPREP Community
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Applications are invited for the above position that is being re-advertised within SPREP Apia, Samoa.
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Cir#19/35: Invitations and Arrangements - Twenty-Ninth SPREP Meeting (29SM) of Officials and associated meetings from 29 August - 6 September 2019 Apia, Samoa
As the meeting is fast approaching and we are in the process of finalizing arrangements, we would appreciate receiving the list of your delegations at the latest by 31 July 2019.
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Applications are invited for the following position that is being advertised within SPREP
1. PacWaste Plus, Technical Waste Project Officer – three new positions
Applications Close: Friday, 17 May 2019
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