An oceans’ expert is supportive of the Kiribati Government’s for its plan to open the Phoenix Island Protected Area, or the PIPA, to commercial fishing.
Kiribati planning to open up PIPA to commercial fishing meant there was a minimal return for the host nations and would lead to the collapse of some nations says scientist
Former Kiribati President calls for access to secure futures rather than being climate refugees. “Our land is disappearing faster than global action can stem climate change.”
Kiribati leads the way in dealing with waste and pollution in the region. From the Kaoki Maange System to 4R’s Bazzar initiative.
Kiribati lifts the closure of the Phoenix Islands Protected Area and replaces it with Marine Spatial Planning to sustainably use marine resources in the PIPPA area
Constant change in the climate policies of Australia and New Zealand has been a huge disappointment to Pacific island nations
Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) is the first country in the region to deposit its maritime boundaries baselines with the United Nations.
FSM Sustainable Energy Project to reduce reliance on fossil fuel whilst generating more sustainable energy solutions for its people
Ministry and stakeholders can now make full use of the Pacific Islands Protected Area Portal to assist internal planning processes for protected and conserved areas
The FSM organic waste management project to facilitate various awareness and engagement campaigns to inform local communities on FSM’s Organic Processing Program