A clean and healthy Marshall islands for today and future generation
The Protected Areas Working Group (PAWG) Action Plan 2014-2020 aligns with the Framework for Nature Conservation and Protected Areas (Framework) in terms of time span and objectives. The Action Plan was developed during a series of planning meetings and the Annual meeting of PAWG held in July 2015.
This includes raw survey data, reports, spread sheets ,jpeg and pdf information of waste management information in the provinces.
National guidance document for actions relating to achieving REDD+ Readniness
Report on Invasive Plant Species in Cook Islands
Cook Islands Biodiversity Strategy & Action Plan
Hazardous Waste Management Reports Pacific Health Care Waste 2013-2015
This dataset contains the Joint State Action Plan for Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change for all 4 States of the FSM:
• Yap Joint State Action Plan for Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change – 2015
• Kosrae Joint State Action Plan for Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change – 2015
• Pohnpei Joint State Action Plan for Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change – 2016
• Chuuk Joint State Action Plan for Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change - 2017
Pohnpei State Agriculture Strategic Action Plan 2011-2015
Biodiversity is part and parcel of Tuvalu's development framework. This NBSAP is the first formal consolidated attempt to address biodiversity issues and constraints in Tuvalu in a comprehensive manner.
This Forest Action Plan identifies the RMI’s highest priorities for forest resource management and needs for assistance from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service (USFS). State assessments and resource strategies are integral to the Forest Service’s State and Private Forestry (S&PF) redesign and required as an amendment to the Cooperative Forestry Assistance Act (CFAA), as enacted in the 2008 Farm Bill.
Papua New Guinea Final National Action Plan to the ten year (2008-2018) UNCCD Strategy.
Tuvalu, a small island nation in the Pacific, has in recent years lost about one metre of land around the circumference of its largest atoll due to changes in storm conditions and rising sea levels. Tuvalu is one of the worlds lowest lying countries, with its highest point standing a mere four and a half metres above sea level. Half of Tuvalus population of 11,000 people live just three metres above sea level
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