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Welcome to the first PACRES newsletter for 2021!
Despite the continuing restrictions imposed by responses to the COVID-19 pandemic,we continue to implement PACRES activities through a variety of strategies.
| 30-Mar-2021
An online learning platform where Pacific island people can access information, foster learning, and engage in dialogue on | 16-Mar-2021
Ensuring that the people in six outer islands of Chuuk, Pohnpei and Yap in the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) have access to clean | 09-Mar-2021
Orientation sessions on using impact assessment tools were recently held with representatives from the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) and Palau, who along with Tonga, have been selected to trial | 09-Mar-2021
The Pacific Climate Change Centre (PCCC) is set to launch its new online e-learning platform on Friday 12 March, 2021. | 09-Mar-2021
The Pacific islands have repeatedly been recognised as one of the most vulnerable regions to the impacts of | 09-Mar-2021
Ella Strachan, | 05-Mar-2021
The nomination of Ms Brianna Fruean, for the “University of Canterbury Young New Zealander of the Year 2021 - Te Mātātahi o te Tau” was a joyful moment for the | 04-Feb-2021
The latest issue of the Climate Change Matters newsletter is out now. | 29-Jan-2021
The 2nd Joint Coordination Committee (JCC) meeting of the Project for the | 17-Dec-2020
The Regional Pacific Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) Hub held its second Steering Committee meeting on November 20th, 2020 virtually through MS Teams. This meeting provided updates to the Steering Committee on the NDC Hub’s funding arrangements, recruitment, implementation of country activities as well as recent and upcoming events. | 17-Dec-2020
An inception workshop supported by the NDC Hub (hosted by GGGI, Castalia and MNRE Samoa) was carried out on 23rd November, 2020 to review Samoa’s 2015 NDC and compile the enhancement of its NDC, | 17-Dec-2020
More than 20 Year 8 students from Samoa Primary School participated in a Science Camp held at Taumeasina Island Resort on the 31st of October. The science camp was organised by Samoa Primary School management and teachers in partnership with Artificial Reefs Samoa to stimulate interests in different fields of science. | 17-Dec-2020
A 5-day virtual event organised by Vanuatu Klaemet Infomesen blong Redy, Adapt mo Protekt  (Van- KIRAP) in partnership with Vanuatu Meteorology and G | 17-Dec-2020
As the curtain fell on the 2020 Pacific Ocean, Pacific Climate Change conference (POPCCC), organisers asked of themselves, their participants, keynote speakers, and presenters, “What are the next steps we need to take from here?” | 02-Nov-2020
“The consideration of climate change needs to be a ‘must do’, not a ‘nice to have’, and we need to take every opportunity to succeed.” | 02-Nov-2020
The future of our world is turned upside down by COVID-19, yet let us not detract from a Pacific call to learn from the past and scale up | 02-Nov-2020
The story of Pacific island women leaders across six different Pacific countries working for an inclusive approach in | 28-Oct-2020
The 2020 Pacific Ocean, Pacific | 28-Oct-2020
The Seventh Pacific Island | 28-Oct-2020
Mr Nicc Moeono, a Renewable Energy engineer for Samoa’s Electric Power Corporation (EPC), will be speaking about pumped hydro energy at the third Pacific Ocean Pacific Climate Change Conference (POPCCC). | 28-Oct-2020
The Solomon Islands Meteorological Services (SIMS) is committed to their role as one of the authorities responsible for ensuring the safety and well-being of mariners in the Solomon Islands, by providing Ocean and | 28-Oct-2020