video presented by a representative of Tuvalu explaining briefly the importance of the Inform Project
Tuvalu-related publications on Pacific Environment Information Network (PEIN)
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Tuvalu became the 189th member of the United Nations on September 5, 2000. This dataset provides a direct internet link to access all the highlight information pertaining to Tuvalu's participation in the UN
The project. The Outer Island Maritime Infrastructure Project – Additional Financing (the project) will continue the efforts of the Government of Tuvalu (the government) with support from Asian Development Bank (ADB) to rehabilitate and improve maritime infrastructure on outer islands. The Outer Islands Maritime Infrastructure Project is improving infrastructure on Nukulaelae, Nanumaga and Niutao which was damaged by Tropical Cyclone Pam in March 2015.
The purpose of this Regulation is to –
(a) State the principles and rules to support the recovery, processing, treatment and shipment of incoming goods at the end of their operation conditions;
(b) Provide mechanism for revenue collection and administration; and
(c) Provide legal framework that encourages waste avoidance and resource recovery behaviour.
State of Environment Report 1993 & State of Environment Report 2022
Tuvalu’s State of Environment Report was first developed in 1993 to raise awareness among the people of Tuvalu on all environmental issues and to use the report in decision making. This year (2022), the Department of Environment under the Ministry of PublicWorks, Infrastructure, Environment,Labour, Meteorology and Disaster (MPWIELMD) is pleased to present the 2nd Tuvalu State of Environment Report 2022.
Although Tuvalu has no history of manufacturing persistent organic pollutants (POPs), this data-set consists of;
1. the first report (2008) that represents the first stepping stone for the country to outline strategies in order to meet its obligations under the Stockholm Convention, also given the chemical nature, including long range environmental transport of POPs that is a global concern.
2. The Tuvalu National Action Plan to reduce releases of unintentional persistent organic pollutants (u-POPs) 2018 - 2022
Tuvalu developed this Policy as a response to recent water crises, and to ensure that the people of Tuvalu have continued access to safe, reliable, affordable and sustainable water and sanitation facilities.
The review offers a brief overview of environmental legislation in force in Tuvalu identified and is current as of January 2018.
This report was presented by Tuvalu during the 3rd international conference on small island developing states. It reported the status of sustainable development (SD), outlining the good progress that has been achieved in the pursuit of sustainable development as the country follows the strategies recommended by the international community for small island developing states (SIDS).
The Global Nutrition Reports capture the status of nutrition at the country, regional and global level.
This country profile for Tuvalu aggregate the very latest data on child, adolescent and adult anthropometry and nutritional status, as well as intervention coverage, food supply, nutrition spending and demography. Interesting environmental data relating to water and sanitation are also briefly presented.
Waste Policy and Action Plan