Hydroponic kits as farming methods were adopted in informal settlements to increase food security as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic and climate resiliency.
The Ramsar Convention stated that nearly 90% of the world’s wetlands were lost and the remaining are rapidly disappearing.
Several scientific studies and reports indicate that unsustainable fishing methods, habitat destruction and pollution continue to take a heavy toll on fish stocks.
Communities build environmental friendly canoes to uplift sustainable fishing and food security.
New Oceans book for children focuses on importance of protecting the Blue Pacific Ocean.
Fiji raises concerns about the impacts of illegal trade in wildlife.
Agriculture continues to sustain the Fijian economy during the Covid-19 pandemic
There is a need to conserve Suva Point which is home to at least five migratory birds species
Talk of relocation has created dilemmas for many Fiji residents due to financial constraints and deep ties to the land
Overfishing, pollution and outdated policies put pressure on Fiji’s inshore fisheries