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 National Energy Office

Number of Renewable and Energy Efficient were exempted.

 National Energy Office

Exempted projects. Inventory of RMI governments

 Marshall Islands Conservation Society

The official Local Early Action plan created by the Mejit Local Resource Committee and community members. This was done as a part of the community's implementation of the Reimaanlok process. The Local Early Action Plan identifies communities values resources, threats to those resources, and potential solutions and actions the community could implement to address those threats.

 Marshall Islands Environmental Protection Authority (RMIEPA)

Notice of environmental violations.

 Marshall Islands Conservation Society

GIS layer files used to create Maps showing wave-inundation and heavy rainfall flood risk for communities in Ebeye-KWAJ; Bouj, Mwonkubok, Mwonnin, Tobikle, Guugeegue, Santo, and Ebadon. Other data files, such as electricity lines, poles, and transformers were used as other hazards that might contribute to flooding. Data shared by Giardino et. al., MEC John Aikuj, IOM, Ebeye Community

 Marshall Islands Red Cross
 National Energy Office

Act for the National Energy Office

 Marshall Islands National Nuclear Commission

The NNC published a Research Protocol and Media Ethics as a guideline for researchers and journalists who are interested in learning more about the Marshall Islands Nuclear Legacy.

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 Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE),  Samoa

Dataset that provides a direct internet link to Samoa's climate change data portal

 Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE),  Samoa

This dataset hosts all the climate risk profiles published for Samoa

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 Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE),  Samoa

This Early Recovery Framework was presented to the Government, donors and the wider community the costed options designed to bring about an early recovery process that was both effective in meeting the needs of the population affected by the 29 September 2009 earthquake and subsequent tsunami, and sustainable in the long-term development of affected communities and the economy of Samoa

 Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE),  Samoa

Since the adoption of Agenda 21 following the United Nations Conference on Environment and development in 1992, this report constitutes the first opportunity for Samoa to assess its situation with regard to sustainable development in the past decade

 Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE),  Samoa

This Community Vulnerability and Adaptation Assessment (CV&A) findings from Saoluafata and Lano represent what most communities of Samoa are facing with respect to the challenges from climate extremes and variability. Adaptation options identified and prioritized with consensus from the communities opted mostly for soft solutions and some hard solutions that will help improve the livelihoods of the communities.

 Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE),  Samoa

An assessment framework based on key habitats in Samoa:

* cloud forest and uplands

* lowlands, coastal strand

* nearshore marine, offshore marine, and rivers and streams

* climate change, air quality, waste disposal, renewable energy, and population pressures.

It also assesses the status of Samoa’s species of high conservation value, especially those that are endemic and critically endangered.

 Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE),  Samoa

Environment related legislation review of Samoa.

**Please submit new information or corrections as the reviews will be updated annually.**

 Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE),  Samoa

A direct internet link to access all the publications by MNRE - This includes environmental - related legislation and the ministry's annual reports.

 Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE),  Samoa

Under the GEF- funded project, ‘Integrating climate change risk in the Agriculture and Health Sectors in Samoa’ (ICCRAHS), this report was developed as requested by UNDP on behalf of MNRE, follows a two-day ‘Sector Engagement Workshop’ for MNRE and other Ministry staff. The report:

• summarises key ideas and responses from workshop participants which point to developments in climate services that are needed to fully engage users and enable improved decision making in Samoa;

 Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE),  Samoa

This tropical cyclone season 2018 – 2019 highlighted that tropical Cyclone activity for Samoan region is expected to be above normal (elevated) risk with 2-3 cyclones that can pass within 400km radius of the country, with at least 1 tropical cyclone to reach Category 3 or greater.

*Excel Data extraction from the report*