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
Research indicates that coral cover in Aitutaki is very low
Ra’ui is implemented in the Cook Islands to maintain sustainable levels of harvesting marine resources
Cook Islanders along with developing countries are encouraged to apply for a training opportunity in sea bed mineral activities career planning and development
Cook Islands government will ensure to protect the marine environment despite passing the seabed minerals amendment bill
As the debate continues over the pros and cons of deep-sea mining, there is now unanimous support by both major political parties for exploration by companies interested in harvesting minerals from the ocean floor.
A database for sea turtle was created after a Hawksbill turtle was caught in a fishing net in Muri.
The island of Suwarrow awaits two adventurous souls to protect and manage the environment and wildlife.
Cook Islands NGO recommends not to finalise exploration licence until areas of conservation are set aside