Republic of the Marshall Islands national strategy for coordinated action to achieve nuclear justice. The strategy is comprised of 5 pillars; Compensation, Health, Environment, National Capacity, and Education.
Quantifying hydrologic parameters such as precipitation, streamflow, evapotranspiration,
and aquifer response are fundamental to understanding a region’s hydrological budget, and
thus the availability of water resources. This is particularly important in small island
developing communities where critical water resources are limited. Climate and
streamflow measurements provide information on ground and surface water supply, while
measurement of aquifer parameters such as water level and salinity is imperative for
This guide introduces environmental indicators and provides an overview of SPREP’S core indicators for Pacific island countries. In 2012, the SPREP members approved the development of a set of standardised indicators for use by member countries at the SPREP meeting. Through the Inform project, SPREP programmes then developed a set of 34 indicators that was endorsed by members at the 2018 SPREP meeting. This document explains the development and use of environmental indicators in Part 1 and provides a summary of each of the 34 ‘core’ indicators in Part 2.
Atmosphere and Climate Physical Climate Cook Islands consists of data on local knowledge on climate variability, energy in Cook Islands and Review of mainstreaming of climate change into national plans and policies in Cook Islands