Logging activities cause a threat to the habitat of Gizo white-eye bird.
Gizo community prefer coconut baskets to discourage the single-use of plastic.
UK PhD student creates online environmental discussion group to gather science based evidence to tackle climate change in Solomon Islands.
The finding hopes to provide information that local communities can use to bolster efforts to conserve land for future generations.
The last pockets of bauxite-rich soil in Rennell in the Solomons are being dug up and shipped out, leaving residents with little land for agriculture
A national mapping project has provided businesses in the Solomon Islands with increased understanding of climate and resilience financing. The project is seeking to strengthen private sector’s engagement and to promote public-private partnerships in this crucial area of financing. The mapping project was a joint undertaking by the Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry […]
A milestone has been reached by the Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA) and the Pacific Community (SPC) following the successful completion of an agreement between the two organisations for the exchange of maritime boundaries data. This milestone also represents the achievement of a key outcome under the Pacific-European Union Marine Partnership (PEUMP) programme to […]
THE Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA) has hosted a one-day online discussion today, on the impacts of Climate Change on Offshore Fisheries. The meeting is part of the Secretariat’s work programme emanating from Forum Fisheries Ministers. At their meeting held in Pohnpei, FSM in June 2019, Ministers agreed that this work would include: (i) […]
Katy’s work researching marine Genetic Resources has played an important role in ongoing United Nations negotiations over the conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction. Katy is also one of the founders of the Tetepare Descendants’ Association in the Solomon Islands. Tell us about yourself. I grew up on […]
Following is a Q & A series on Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) Staff. In this series, we will be introducing you to members of our SPREP team, giving you the chance to learn more about what we do. Mr Fred Siho Patison is the SPREP Pacific Ecosystem-based Adaptation to Climate Change […]