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 dataset provides a direct internet link to FSM's data hosted on the GBIF website / records.
Dataset that provides a direct link to Cook Island's data hosted on the GBIF website / records.
Dataset that provides a direct link to Nauru's data hosted on the GBIF website/records.
This report assesses the overall state of conservation in the Pacific Islands region of Oceania, that is, the 21 countries and territories covered by SPREP plus Pitcairn Island. The report uses an analysis of 16 indicators chosen in consultation with SPREP and based on the Global Biodiversity Indicator project (http://www.bipindicators.net).
This dataset provides direct internet links to Palau's data hosted on the GBIF website/ records.
An introduction to the natural history, societies, conservation and
sustainable development of the New Guinea region prepared by CSIRO Australia for the Moore Foundation, 2003 (Section 2 of the Report - The NG challenge)
The Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety to the Convention on Biological Diversity is an international agreement which aims to ensure the safe handling, transport and use of living modified organisms (LMOs) resulting from modern biotechnology that may have adverse effects on biological diversity, taking also into account risks to human health.
Papua New Guinea is a party to the Cartagena Protocol and this is the first national report on the country's implementation of the protocol.
This paper attempts to present a “quick snapshot” of the status of biodiversity in the Pacific Islands and the prospects and challenges for the mainstreaming of its conservation and sustainable use by Pacific Island peoples during the 21st century
A Pacific information brief from the Pacific Invasives Partnership (a working group of the Roundtable for Nature Conservation in the Pacific Islands)
Abstract Global changes, from habitat loss and invasive species to anthropogenic climate change, have initiated the sixth great mass extinction event in Earth's history. As species become threatened and vanish, so too do the broader ecosystems and myriad benefits to human well-being that depend upon biodiversity. Bringing an end to global biodiversity loss requires that limited available resources be guided to those regions that need it most. The biodiversity hotspots do this based on the conservation planning principles of irreplaceability and vulnerability.
This dataset provides a direct internet link to RMI data hosted on the GBIF records.