Phasing out fossil fuel subsidies and ending coal could drastically reduce emissions and enable a transition to a green economy.- Climate Envoy
Cook Islands reefs used in global study
The Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation statement said the new models are a first step in being able to produce maps of global coral reef resilience.
Safeguarding Melanesian fishing communities against climate threats
Project to begin with risk assessments, surveys, and workshops to identify major climate threats on Melanesian fishing communities.
Environment Ministry secures funding to protect and restore mangroves in Fiji
Fiji’s Mangrove Ecosystems Policy will enforce and strengthen existing protection measures on the mangrove ecosystem with efforts to halt further mangrove losses.
Nauru sets a two-year deadline for deep-sea mining rules
Nauru President notified ISA about the mining plans to be carried out by a subsidiary of The Metals Co.
New research paper reveals land to sea connection for restoration and conservation in data-poor regions
The study demonstrates that Ridge to Reef management can guide the restoration and protection of forested habitat
Information on environment and conservation in the Pacific now more accessible
A new assessment shows that there is a need to help our natural species and spaces
Deep sea mining industry confronted at sea for the first time by Greenpeace
Greenpeace and the Pacific Islands have voiced rejection of deep-sea mining activity for posing a threat to the environment
Reef revival: Fiji’s corals bouncing back after ruinous cyclone
Cyclone Winston devastated vital coral colonies off Fiji, but five years on, the reefs are alive again, teeming with fish and colour.
Restoring Tagabe river ecosystem
Measures are taken to restore the biodiversity of the Tagabe River ecosystem.