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Samoa Observer, 4th November 2018
A project that assisted villagers to grow climate change-resilient crops has closed after a six-month implementation program.
| 08-Nov-2018
Samoa Observer, 4th November 2018 | 08-Nov-2018
Pacific Standard, 24th October 2018
Logging in the Solomon Islands, a small country of 667,000 people in the South Pacific, is decimating natural forests there at around 19 times the rate considered sustainable, the watchdog non-governmental organization Global Witness has found.
| 30-Oct-2018
Devdiscourse 12th April 2018
Out of the 815 million people that suffered from hunger in 2016, 490 million, or 60 percent, live in Asia and the Pacific.
| 17-Apr-2018
CONSERVATION and agriculture officers from around the country were reminded of the valuable knowledge and the importance of the land care concept. | 08-Feb-2018
Today the WMO announced that the atmospheric CO2 concentration last year rose at a record high speed: +3.3 ppm – jumping from 400.0 ppm in 2015 to 403.3 in 2016. The annual average rise is close to 2 ppm. | 31-Oct-2017
Why green growth? | 30-Jun-2017
Chinese President Xi Jinping said Tuesday that China is ready to enhance all-round cooperation with Fiji for the benefit of the people in both countries. | 22-May-2017
‘Nothing is more important than securing the future of Fijian people’.
Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama made this comment while delivering his New Year’s message.
| 04-Jan-2017
Coffee producers in Papua New Guinea have been hit particularly hard, with periods of extreme rainfall, followed by long droughts - patterns far too erratic for the cultivation of their biggest agricultural export, coffee. | 07-Oct-2016
A concerted effort is needed to disaggregate or ‘downscale’ | 18-Aug-2016
Fiji is one of the countries that strongly supported the outcome document of the Asia Pacific Rainforest Recovery Plan during its first summit in Sydney, Australia in 2 | 08-Aug-2016
FIJI needs to pursue knowledge and technologies on | 01-Jul-2016
In a bid to formulate sustainable development plans, seven communities in the Nacula District in the Yasawas are currently undergoing consultations. | 08-Jun-2016
A common thread of the ‘Readiness Week’ of training to help direct access entities in developing their project ideas was  the hands-on approach and the fostering of collaboration and partnerships among National Designated Authority’s and Accredited Entities (AEs). | 31-May-2016
From the vantage point of a boat bobbing on the deep blue waters of Majuro Lagoon, the encircling shores of the Pacific coral atoll are normally verdant with tropical vegetation. But on a recent sailing excursion with friends, Angela Saunders was struck by how brown and withered the island looked. | 10-May-2016
Port Moresby (Papua New Guinea) : President Pranab Mukherjee has said Papua New Guinea has a key role in India’s extended “Act East” policy, adding New Delhi views this nation as a gateway to closer cooperation with the Pacific Island Countries. | 10-May-2016
The head of the International Trade Centre Arancha Gonzalez says that Pacific Islands need help in building resilient economies in the face of climate change. | 21-Apr-2016
Farmers and communities in Tuvalu are beginning to see positive results from the agroforestry demonstration sites that have been established through the Pacific Community’s (SPC)  Global | 31-Mar-2016
Launch of new Whole of Island Approach Synthesis report for Abaiang Atoll in Kiribati
Complex information gathered during an assessment of Abaiang atoll in Kiribati has been simplified with the support of USAID into a new, easy to understand publication for communities, schools and non-technical audiences.
| 31-Mar-2016
FIJI will need to broaden the cultivation and diversity of its crops to provide protection against future epidemics and natural disasters, says a regional farmer's organisation. | 30-Mar-2016

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