It’s time to wake up to the importance of ocean health

The recent UN Ocean Conference in Lisbon focused on solutions to conserve and sustainably manage the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development — the heart of SDG14 - life below water.

Pacific Leaders take Pacific solutions to the United Nations Oceans Conference

Pacific solutions to the global ocean crisis took centre stage at the recent United Nations Ocean Conference.

Building Community Resilience through an Integrated Watershed Management Plan

SIDE EVENT: A Sustainable Blue Pacific Continent – Scaling up action through Ocean Science, Policy and Traditional knowledge

Building capacity for climate adaptation in the Pacific region

As Pacific islands are highly vulnerable to climate change, the Pacific Community (SPC) is committed to building countries' technical capacities to scale up climate action and progress toward achieving the Agenda 2030. Over the last 6 months, SPC trained…

In the Pacific, climate change is happening now

With many countries exposed to sea-level rise, dramatic increases in heat, and extreme precipitation forecast, the Pacific region is already affected by the impacts of climate change. Extreme weather events, displacement, food security issues are all…

Waste not, want not: Unusual fuel for Pacific green energy needs

Waste not, want not: Unusual fuel for Pacific green energy needs     Around the world rapid development and population growth have outpaced the capacity to deal with the waste produced.  In parallel, large sections of communities lack access to clean,…

Pacific Islanders: Failure to Commit to 1.5 Degrees at COP27 will Imperil the World’s Oceans

Pacific Islanders: Failure to Commit to 1.5 Degrees at COP27 will Imperil the World’s Oceans by Catherine Wilson

Pacific Regional NDC Hub Workshops 2022

Technological innovation and field training for the preservation of biodiversity

(content available in French only) L’innovation technologique et les formations terrain au service de la préservation de la biodiversité La Nouvelle-Calédonie compte plusieurs espèces envahissantes comme le cerf ou le cochon ensauvagé. La qualité de vie…
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