At the request of the Government of Palau, SPREP is circulating the attached Save the Date Letter from Palau and nomination form. While funding for participation is not yet confirmed, SPREP has supported Palau with an approach to potential donors.
Cir#18/46: Save the date: Asia Pacific Adaptation Network (APAN)
Cir#18/45: Save the date: pre-COP24 Pacific Preparatory Meeting
The Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) in partnership with Climate Analytics will be convening a COP24 Preparatory Meeting under the IMPACT project from 31 October - 2 November 2018 in Nadi, Fiji. This email is to kindly request that you save these dates in your calendars.
Cir#18-44: SPREP Vacancy: Invasive Species Adviser
Applications are invited for the above position that is being advertised within SPREP
The closing date for applications is:
Friday 7 September 2018
Cir#18/43: Administrative Note for Executive Board Meeting from 10-11 September 2018, Apia, Samoa
Further to SPREP Circular 18/14 of 5 March, and Cir. 18/22 of 26 April 2018I am pleased to confirm the venue for the Executive Board Meeting at the Tanoa Tusitala Hotel, Apia, Samoa.
The revised Provisional Agenda is attached for your information. All working documents will be available on the SPREP website: www.sprep.org for downloading in case you don’t have the bandwidth to receive large emails. As is the organization’s policy, all Meeting documents will be available in English and French.
Cir#18/42: One CROP Plus engagement plan for COP 24 and beyond
SPREP has been conducting internal discussions and preparations for the upcoming UNFCCC COP24. In doing so SPREP has reflected carefully on the experience to date with the One CROP Plus team approach. We have found that the approach has served the region well, building on the participating agencies’ respective strengths and capabilities. In the run up to COP24 a document was produced which was circulated to CROP CEOs then to CROP Plus for comments.
Cir#18/41: SPREP Partnership Donor Engagement
Dear SPREP Partners,
SPREP is into the second year of implementing the SPREP Strategic Plan 2017-2026. To assist SPREP improve it's performance in delivering its mandate, we seek the input of partners.
Cir#18/40: SPREP Vacancies
- Coastal and Marine Ecosystems Adviser
- Threatened and Migratory Species Adviser
- Project Manager - By-Catch and Integrated Ecosystem Management
Applications are invited for the above positions that are being advertised.
Cir#18/39: Staff Appointments.
SPREP is pleased to announce the following appointments with SPREP’s Project Coordination Unit:
- Mr. Manasa Katonivualiku, Project Development Specialist - Climate Resilience and Adaptation.
- Mr. Rupeni Mario, Project Development Specialist - Climate Change Mitigation.
Cir#18/38: Invitation to the Joint Regional ACPMEA2 and Inform Project Meeting, 17-21 September 2018, Apia, Samoa
The Environmental Monitoring and Governance Programme of SPREP is currently executing the EU funded ACPMEA2 Programme and the GEF funded Inform Project.
Cir#18/37: SPREP Vacancies: Biodiversity Adviser, Information Technology Manager and Knowledge Manager.
Applications are invited for the above positions that are being advertised within SPREP Apia, Samoa.
The closing date for applications is:
- Friday, 3rd August 2018
Cir#18/36: Invitation to the Joint Regional ACPMEA2 and Inform Project Meeting, 17th - 21st September, 2018, Apia, Samoa.
The Environmental Monitoring and Governance (EMG) Programme of SPREP is currently executing the EU funded ACPMEA2 Programme and the GEF funded Inform Project which has supported and delivered a number of key targeted interventions to support environmental governance in the region. Both projects are implemented through UN Environment.
Cir#18/35: 2nd IMPACT Project Wokshop - Invitation.
SPREP will be organizing the Second IMPACT Project Implementation Workshop from 16 to 19 July 2018. A notification was sent out earlier this month. This letter serves as the official invitation to nominate participants. Please be advised that SPREP can only fund participation of two participants from each Pacific Island Country that is a Party to the UNFCCC. Additional participants are welcome but may attend at their own cost.
Cir#18/34: Staff Appointments.
SPREP is pleased to announce the following appointments:
- Dr. Robert Duncan McIntosh, Oceanography Officer
- Mr. Peter McDonald, Environmental Monitoring and Reporting Specialist
- Ms. Julie Callebaut, Environmental Monitoring and Reporting-GIS Specialist
Cir#18/33: Transitioning from the GEFPAS uPOPs Release Reduction Project
Transitioning from the GEFPAS uPOPs Release Reduction Project to a chemical and waste-related GEF7 Project through Identification of National Priorities.