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 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme

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

 Pacific Data Hub

Mahoney, H. M, [et. al.] Gender equality and sustainability energy: lessons from Pacific Island Countries and Territories. Suva, Fiji: The Pacific Community. 40 p.

 Environment and Conservation Division-MELAD

Looking at pressures of development on freshwater, this article argues that the future survival of small island states and their societies also greatly depends on managing the impacts of development.

 PNG Conservation and Environment Protection Authority


 PNG Forestry Authority


 Vanuatu Department of Environmental Protection and Conservation

The report addressed three main tasks:

1. the mapping of key ecosystems for Vanuatu and Tanna in terms of their type, condition and the ecosystem services they potentially generate;

2. an economic evaluation of the benefits to local communities arising from these ecosystem services; and

3. an assessment of the risk to community sustainability from threats and pressures on ecosystem health, including climate change related hazards, for three of the most

 Vanuatu Department of Environmental Protection and Conservation

Vanuatu 2030 charts the country's vision and overarching policy framework for achieving a Stable, Sustainable and Prosperous Vanuatu within the next fifteen years, and in doing so sets out the national priorities and context for the implementation of the new global Sustainable Development Goals over the
same period.

 Cook Islands National Environment Service

Full report, as presented by the Youth for the SDGs scholars, of the Arctic voyage on Peace Boat from 24th May to 14th June. Ms Siana Whatarau of the NES and Mr Winton Herman were two Cook Island youths to embark on this voyage.

 UNEP Division of Technology, Industry and Economics

Companies all over the world increasingly need to innovate their products and processes to: keep up with competitive pressure; increase productivity within the region or worldwide; defend or expand market share; and to create the ability to attract foreign investments. However, companies in developing economies can be left out of this cycle for a variety of economic and structural reasons.

2 copies + CD|Also available online

Call Number: 338.9 CRU, [EL]

Physical Description: 128 p. ; 29 cm