The National Dialogue to transform food systems and engage the perspectives of different stakeholders on a pathway for local food system transformation.
IUCN conference highlighted the significance of Environmental Law and its role in conservation and sustainable development in the Pacific Islands.
SPREP will continue to strengthen human resourcing and capacity to support future GCF projects.
Civil society organizations call on trade ministers to target big subsidisers instead of the countries to develop their own fisheries.
New regulations to protect the natural environment by harmonising national contracts with conservation and preservation efforts.
Language to keep Kiribati rooted to their land and tradition while facing the challenges of climate change.
CEPA suspends two logging companies based on reports of environmental pollution and delivering false information.
Proposed amendments to achieve more efficient and cost-effective administration of the crocodile farming industry.
The PacWastePlus programme works with several participating countries on several initiatives to reduce waste ending up in landfills.
Pacific Island countries have established international agreements for free association with the U.S, IUU fishing.