Conservationists fear that PNG’s extraordinary species could soon fall to axe and bulldozer due to illegal logging
Wallis and Futuna Environment Service recognised for its work in managing invasive species in their country
Scientists have discovered marine animals living on plastic debris in an area of the open ocean dubbed “the Great Pacific Garbage Patch”.
The BIEM Initiative to promote sustainable use of coastal and marine biodiversity and climate change resilience in Vanuatu
iNaturalist to allow individuals to monitor and manage invasive species and biodiversity more broadly.
To address the critical issues and threats to marine species, SPREP has worked with Members and partners to develop the Pacific RMSP.
The 10×10 Strategy will work with governments to increase the number of protected areas of sawfish and rhino rays.
MFMR sends out a warning that they will not tolerate illegal harvesting of bech-de-mer.
The PRISMSS is delivering five regional programmes aimed at stepping up on-the-ground management action in the Pacific
PNG communities still hunt the endangered species, which has prompted a local conservationist to urge individuals to work harder to ensure the survival of special turtles