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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
Samoa Observer, 17th February 2018
Uafato and neighbouring villages in Fagaloa Bay can look forward to a brand new road and a seawall.
| 19-Feb-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
HONG KONG — You might call it a Noah’s Ark for an era of melting polar ice sheets. | 02-Feb-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

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