UN Ocean Conference Youth and Innovation Forum 2022

​About the Event

World Ocean's Day

World Ocean's Day 2022 virtual celebration with COSPPAC

June 8 is World Ocean's Day. Join us to celebrate the work of the Climate and Oceans Support Program in the Pacific (COSPPac) aimed at enhancing the capacity of the Pacific Islands to manage and mitigate the impacts of climate variability and tidal…

Earthquake scenario selection for tsunami inundation hazard assessment webinar 2022

Join our webinar on how to analyse tsunami inundation dangers caused by earthquakes in Pacific Island countries.   Connect with us: Zoom link here: https://bit.ly/3a66Z8h  Meeting ID: 991 4757 7834 Passcode: 360148 

Ocean Science Fact: Not all fish are cold-blooded

Did you know that not all fish are cold-blooded? The opah, or moonfish, is the only known warm-blooded fish on Earth. Recent studies shown that the opah circulates heated blood throughout its body, giving it a competitive advantage in the cold ocean…

7th Session of the Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction 2022

A Multi-stakeholder forum recognized by the UN General Assembly

Mereseini Rakuita, SPC’s Principal Strategic Lead – Pacific Women keynote address on Women In Maritime day 2022

"If we are to make any meaningful changes to the participation of women in the maritime sector, we must be fully cognisant of the barriers that do exist.” Mereseini Rakuita, SPC’s Principal Strategic Lead – Pacific Women, shared this comment in her…

International Day For Women In Maritime (ID4WIM) 2022

Photo credit: Solomon island Women in Maritime (SIWIMA) ​The Pacific Community (SPC) is hosting a hybrid panel discussion on the theme "Empowering Women in Maritime: Training, Visibility, Recognition".

Pacific-led emergency management system helping community policing in Vanuatu

Illicit substances, particularly methamphetamine and cannabis (marijuana) are overwhelming many Pacific Island communities. For the island nation of Vanuatu, the cultivation of marijuana has become a concern for law enforcement and families. Corporal…

Is your energy behaviour the missing link in energy efficiency policy?

by Kakau Foliaki   The global shift towards a low carbon economy has prompted Pacific island nations to develop energy policies to advance their efforts towards achieving their national renewable energy and energy efficiency targets.  There is this…
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