Invasive species are driving biodiversity loss in the Pacific. Island nations can fight them if the world helps increase investment in managing invasive species, writes SPREP Director General
Pacific Island communities have developed some of the most effective practices to support the sustainable use of coastal and ocean resources, we just need to take heed, writes Robert Richmond
Coral reef restoration expert in Samoa says restoration of coral reefs is essential as the rise in ocean temperature is causing a lot of coral bleaching
A proposed project to excavate coral reef at a Fijian island group to improve surf waves has been called off after outspoken opposition from locals
Fiji’s Surfer Laws have been helping surfers and other watersports look after the country’s rich coral breaks and beaches since a decade
Eua Island is using wood carved canoes to tackle climate change and increase marine biodiversity
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.
According to a new report, UNESCO recommends the Great Barrier Reef be listed among World Heritage sites in danger.
The case has been described as a ‘watershed’ moment that will test Fiji’s environmental laws
Ra’ui is implemented in the Cook Islands to maintain sustainable levels of harvesting marine resources