Linkages of GE Goals, PNG's Multilateral Environmental Agreements, Sustainable Development Goals and Aichi Targets
In light of the many existing guidebooks already available to support CBA (cost benefit analysis), this document is intended only as an introductory guide with a focus on the practical application of CBA in the Pacific. It indicates key questions and issues to address but it does not explain the theoretical concepts underpinning CBA.
Wafi-Golpu Joint Venture (WGJV) Copper-Gold Project; Environment Impact Statement (EIS) submitted to PNG Conservation and Environment Protection Authority for Regulatory Approvals.
Papua New Guinea has large tracts of intact mangrove forest with a high species diversity extending over many thousands of shore kilometers and, in many regions, penetrating quite deeply inland.
Mangrove ecosystem is very useful and critical to PNG coastal communities. Its uses ranges from carbon sequestration, buffers coastlines against storm surges and sea level rise, breeding ground for fisheries, building, firewood, medicinal purposes to name a few.
A species survey carried out by Dr Allen Allison through the UNDP small grants. The location of survey is along the KokodaTrack, Owen Stanley Range Region. The full dataset is available upon formal request.
Dataset that provides a direct link to Kiribati's data hosted on the GBIF website/ records.
This book is of worldwide benefit to people, for assessment and management of biological invasion risks
Guidelines, brochures, Indicators and published work on the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety to the Convention on Biological Diversity which is an international treaty governing the movements of living modified organisms (LMOs) resulting from modern biotechnology from one country to another.
This website has been developing since March 2003. The Cook Islands Natural Heritage Trust gratefully acknowledges those who have made the website possible, and gives a special meitaki maata to the Bishop Museum for hosting the website.
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Physical Description: various pagings
Marine invasive species are currently recognized as one of the major direct causes of biodiversity loss and changes in ecosystem provisioning and supporting services. This dataset documents the recent progress in addressing their growing threat to ocean biodiversity and ecosystems.
Verbesina encelioides, a gray, golden crownbeard, is a sunflower-like herbaceous annual plant ranging in height from 0.3 to 1.7 m with showy yellow flowers. It is native to the southwestern United States, the Mexican Plateau, and other parts of tropical America. Its invasive characteristics include high seed production (as many as 300–350 seeds per flower and multiple flowers per plant), seed dormancy, ability to tolerate dry conditions, and possible allelopathic effects. Many other Pacific islands with similar habitats could be invaded by V. encelioides
CEPA Environment Permit Application; Additional Information Schedule 2.
Information Bulletin; SCHEDULE 2 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR SCHEDULE 1 ENVIRONMENT PERMIT APPLICATION FORM.
This dataset provides a direct internet link to FSM's data hosted on the GBIF website / records.