Solomon Islands: National Waste Management and Pollution Control Strategy 2017-2026
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COSPPac Monthly Climate Bulletin, January 2019
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Directives pour les études d’impact
environnemental du développement du
tourisme côtier dans la région du Pacifique
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Report of the First Executive Board meeting, 10-11 September 2018, Apia, Samoa
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Regional Joint Meeting of the ACPMEA2 and Inform Projects, 17-21 September 2018, SPREP Headquarters, Apia, Samoa
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SPREP's Environmental and Monitoring Governance (EMG) Programme convened a regional meeting for participants to review the successes of the ACPMEA Project Phase 2, discuss and share experiences…
Terminal Evaluation of UN Environment Project: “Prevention, control and management of Invasive Alien Species in the Pacific Islands”
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Republic of the Marshall Islands State of Environment report (SoE) brief
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The Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) State of the Environment (SoE) Report provides our starting point, helping guide us as we journey towards our National Development Goals.
The Republic of the Marshall Islands National Environment Management Strategy (NEMS) 2017-2022
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The National Environment Strategy 2017-2022 is a commitment by the Republic of the Marshall Islands to conserve and improve its environment for current and future generations. In the RMI State of…
Echange de donnees sur les especes envahissantes du Pacifique dans le cadre du Systeme mondial d'information sur la biodiversite GBIF
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PEBACC Newsletter, Issue 7, August - October, 2018
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Monthly Climate Bulletin, October 2018
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SPREP Tok, Issue 49, October
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A monthly e-bulletin from the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme
Pacific Regional Action Plan: Marine Litter 2018-2025
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This Action Plan sets out the policy context and key actions to minimise marine litter across the Pacific Island Countries and Territories. The scope of the Action Plan is intentionally focused on…
Regulating Plastics in Pacific Island Countries: A guide for policymakers and legislative drafters
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This guide contains the policy foundations and high level policy settings for key areas of plastics regulation. Policymakers and legislative drafters in relevant PICs can use this guide to inform,…
Climate Bulletin (September 2018)
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Climate Bulletin is a monthly product by the COSPPac project
Climate Change Matters : Aug-Sept 2018 issue
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This issue highlights a series of stories from the Pacific on climate change. Featuring SPREP's role in the upcoming COP24, an update from the Vanuatu Climate Information Services project as…
Environmental impact assessment : guidelines for coastal tourism development in Pacific island countries and territories.
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Environmental impact assessment (EIA) is a tool that is used to assess and manage individual development projects, with an aim of maximising positive and minimising negative impacts for local…
SPREP Tok Issue September 2018
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A monthly e-bulletin of SPREP activities in the region.
Status and Trends of Coral Reefs of the Pacific
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This document is part of the status report series of the Global Coral Reef Monitoring Network (GCRMN) founded in 1995 as part of the International Coral Reef Initiative (ICRI) to document the…
Pacific Ocean or Plastic Ocean?
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Pacific Conversation with SPREP
Healthy Reefs, Healthy People
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Pacific Conversation with SPREP
Ocean acidification
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Pacific Conversation with SPREP
Learning more about asbestos
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Pacific Conversation with SPREP
PROE Rapport Annuel 2017
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Parmi ce quenous avons accompli, l’année 2017 a permis de démontrer la résilience du PROE qui s’est adapté aux nouvelles réalités et a répondu aux besoins en constante évolution de notre région du…
SPREP Annual Report 2017
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As part of our journey 2017 demonstrated the resilience of SPREP to adapt with the times and address the changing needs of our Pacific region in order to be more efficient and effective. We have…