This dataset hosts all related documents pertaining to solid waste management in FSM;
1. FSM National Solid Waste Management Strategy 2015-2020.
2. "Good Practices booklets 2015 / 2016 that focus on the progress and challenges demonstrated by each of the four states in relation to the five components of the J-PRISM project. These five components are a) Policy, b) Awareness, c) Landfill Management, d)Collection and Disposal, and e) Recycling.
3. List of existing policies and legislations for solid waste management
The development of this EIA Guideline is for the purpose of strengthening the capabilities to conduct environmental assessments and serve as a valuable reference for decision-makers and developers alike. The EIA analyses the impact of a development on the existing environment.
Direct internet link to the one stop location for anyone searching for information and news relating to environment and climate change projects in the Federated States of Micronesia.
FSM geospatial data sharing platform for Risk Reduction and Sustainable Development, presenting information to assist with planning and co-ordination for disaster preparedness , response and recovery.
Awareness materials for the awareness at College of Micronesia- FSM
The development of the haul out and storage facility, especially catering to the requirements of visiting yachts and locally based commercial boats in the Vaipua area on the outskirts of Neiafu, Vava’u.
This EIA is therefore primarily concerned with development activities including the construction of a slipway (92m by 6m) and land clearance of surrounding vegetation as well as specific operational activities with potential negative environmental impacts.
This National Infrastructure Investment Plan (NIIP) outlines the Government of Tonga’s priorities and plans for major initiatives in economic infrastructure (energy, telecommunications, water, solid waste management, and transport) over the next five to 10 years.
Environmental conditions and anthropogenic impacts are key influences on ecological processes and associated ecosystem services. Effective management of Tonga’s marine ecosystems therefore depends on accurate and up-to-date knowledge of environmental and anthropogenic variables. Although many types of environmental and anthropogenic data are now available in global layers, they are often inaccessible to end users, particularly in developing countries with limited accessibility and analytical training.
video presented by a representative of Tuvalu explaining briefly the importance of the Inform Project
Tuvalu-related publications on Pacific Environment Information Network (PEIN)
Search using the keyword "Tuvalu". 793 Results as of 15 April, 2018
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