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 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme

Various training and reference materials from the ACPMEA and Inform Joint Regional Meeting held at SPREP 17-21 September 2018.

 Pacific Data Hub

Herewith Solomon Island Electricity Authority (SIEA) trading as Solomon Power Tarriffs  adjustments from 2017 - 2018. The Tarriff Charges are in accordance with The Electricity Act (Cap 128) and The Electricity Tarriff Regulation 2016.

 Pacific Data Hub

No accurate data are available on the Solomon Islands wind energy potential. Wind monitoring information can be sourced from:

 Pacific Data Hub

Wholesale & retail prices for petroleum products in the Solomon Islands, including diesel, kerosene, gasoline & LPG. Prices are given in Solomon Islands Cents Per Litre for the fuel, and the gas is provided in Solomon Islands Cents Per Kg. Wholesale prices for diesel, kerosene and petrol were taken directly from 2 oil companies monthly submissions. Dataset provided by the Consumer Affairs & Price Control Division. Data is available for the years 2014 (only September to December) and whole of 2015.

 Pacific Data Hub

Data captures a breakdown of the Solomon Islands health facility location in the 10 provinces. Health facilities are classified into 4 types: hospitals, area health centre, rural health centre and nurse aid posts. Data was obtained out of a study done in August 2015. Number of official hospitals is 327, 40 have been closed. The data on the level of electrification of this health facilities is still pending, will be updated soon. Data was provided by the Ministry of Health, Infrastructure Advisor Mr Michael Green.

 Pacific Data Hub

Data captures electrification level of schools in the Solomon Islands as of 2015. Data provided by the Ministry of Education via Mr Mike Haukaria. Dataset is captured in excel format providing the following information:

  • List of primary and secondary schools
  • Schools that has access to power
  • Schools that have no access to power
 Solomon Islands Ministry of Environment,  Climate Change,  Disaster Management and Meteorology

Here is all the public environment reports for prescribed developments in the Solomon Islands

 Solomon Islands Ministry of Environment,  Climate Change,  Disaster Management and Meteorology

This includes raw survey data, reports, spread sheets ,jpeg and pdf information of waste management information in the provinces.

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 Solomon Islands Ministry of Environment,  Climate Change,  Disaster Management and Meteorology

Reports, photographs, spread sheets,pdf files.

 Solomon Islands Ministry of Environment,  Climate Change,  Disaster Management and Meteorology

This contains reports, photographs, pdf,jpeg data on the J-PRISM II Project.

 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme

Growth and Survival of the Giant Clams

 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme

This study by WorldFish assesses the local impacts of logging on food security, fisheries and well-being in Malaita.

 SPREP Environmental Monitoring and Governance (EMG)

The Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation completed field research for one of the largest coral reef studies in history: the Global Reef Expedition. The Expedition travelled around the globe surveying some of the most remote reefs on the planet, conducting research to assess coral reef ecosystem health and resiliency.

The Global Reef Expedition visited many countries in the Pacific Ocean to assess the health and resiliency of their coral reef ecosystems. See links below for more information, reports and maps.

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 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme

Concise environmental legislative reviews of Pacific Island countries plus Tokelau. **Please submit new information or corrections as the reviews will be updated annually.**

 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP)

A Report for the MESCAL Project, IUCN Oceania Office, Suva

Report No. 12/13

November 2012


 Ministry of Environment Conservation and Meteorology

The report was commissioned at the end of May 2008 with delivery of the final product by end June 2008. As such, it has been
researched and written over a very compressed timeline. Considerable shortcomings and inconsistencies in data
needed to be tackled in this period, and so a rapid desk assessment approach was used with limited opportunity for peer review and feedback.

Available online|1 copy

Call Number: 333.72 PAC ,[EL]

Physical Description: 97 p.

 Ministry of Environment, Climate Change, Disaster Management & Meteorology (Solomon Islands)

The biodiversity of the Solomon Islands, in general, is in good health. Low human population density, uninhabited islands, difficulties to access and use natural resources, and customary and legal protection, in various ways, can help explain this. Threats to the country’s biodiversity are mainly localized and vary across islands, biomes, ecosystems, corridors and taxonomy. In recent years habitat destruction and overexploitation of wildlife has had enormous pressure on all types of biomes.