ADB announces grant to help Tonga restore life-sustaining services following the extensive damage from an undersea volcanic eruption and subsequent tsunami
A new partnership to provide advice and capacity building to Pacific Island Countries and increase planning and preparedness against disasters.
French Polynesian fisherman fears the Champ de rose coral reef site that has been opened to the eyes of the world will close due to attention brought to it
Pacific Islands to advance the fight against marine and plastic pollution at the Resumed Fifth Session of the United Nations Environment Assembly.
Scientists study never-before-seen waves measured as far as the Caribbean after Tonga volcanic eruption.
SPREP is on standby to work with the Government of Tonga and partners to provide support, especially in dealing with the environmental impact of the natural disaster.
A report reveals that coastal habitats that include wetlands are essential but in decline in the Pacific region.
Global meeting call attention to the vulnerability of SIDS and their struggle to reach SDGs after the massive volcanic eruption and tsunami in Tonga
Seabed mining can affect fisheries and the flow-on social equity issues need to be addressed.
While doubts grow on the water-release schedule at the Fukushima plant, people are adamantly opposed to the release of the water. “I will never ever drop my opposition.”