The BIEM Initiative to promote sustainable use of coastal and marine biodiversity and climate change resilience in Vanuatu
There has been a steady decrease in hard coral cover since 2010 with the worst impacts, according to a UN-backed report
A new declaration by Pacific leaders on maritime zone preservation helps but must also allow for cultural dialogue.
The MSP will balance the demands of human activities with the need to protect the health of the ecosystems on which those activities depend
Trillions of metallic nodules on the sea floor could help stop global heating, but mining them may damage ocean ecology
Plucky residents on Pitcairn Island decided that Covid-19 wouldn’t halt vital climate change and marine conservation work.
The IAEA will travel to Japan for on-site meetings to discuss the plans and activities for the Fukushima water discharge.
Pacific has been at the forefront of promoting new international law on maritime spaces and the governance of the oceans.
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.
To address the critical issues and threats to marine species, SPREP has worked with Members and partners to develop the Pacific RMSP.