Secretary of the Cook Islands MMR calls for greater precaution in setting catch limits that support more resilient ecosystems.
Virtual seabed mining workshop to focus on environmental management and monitoring aspects of operating in the deep sea.
The current climatic conditions are affecting fresh fish catch rates across the artisanal and commercial sectors of Rarotonga.
Cook Islands Fishing Association president says climate change and global fishing are the possible cause for the shortage of fish.
Cook Islands PM says it will continue to support the work of the ISA in developing global seabed mining regulations
Introduced insects have landed on Rarotonga making it their new home in a combined effort to control an invasive tree
The Pacific Maritime Safety Programme will undertake vessel inspections and surveys and provide safety advice to operators
Government agencies shared information and advocacy for environmental awareness on Oceans Day
Cook Islands deep sea is still an immense reservoir of dissolved carbon as 80 per cent of the dissolved carbon in the ocean is held in the deep sea
Marine monitoring equipment will bring a better understanding of the impacts of climate change on the marine environment