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A five-year EUR 9 million project aimed at strengthening the production, availability, delivery and application of science-based information, supporting decision-makers was today launched at the Pacific | 20-Jul-2021
Pacific leaders met COP26 President Alok Sharma on 8 July to set out their priorities for the major climate change summit in November.
| 20-Jul-2021
Extreme seasonal and year-to-year variation in | 19-Jul-2021
Pacific island countries and territories were given the opportunity to share lessons learned from | 24-Jun-2021
“We are part of the solution.”

These words were driven home to the 150 students, teachers, and dignitaries who converged on the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme’s (SPREP) Vailima campus for an Open Day. The special event celebrated the 28th Anniversary of the signing of the SPREP Treaty, which established the Secretariat as a fully autonomous body in 1993.
| 21-Jun-2021
The decarbonisation efforts undertaken by the Pacific in a bid to continue to be leaders of the global | 03-Jun-2021
The Regional Dialogue on “Pacific | 03-Jun-2021
Pacific voices will be amplified during a webinar that focusses its lens on what global | 03-Jun-2021
Eager to hear the voices from our Pacific regional communities, the Pacific | 03-Jun-2021
Sustainable development across the Pacific is at the core of a strengthened partnership between Australia and the | 03-Jun-2021
More than 20, 000 community members in Torba and Sanma Provinces in Vanuatu will directly benefit from the establishment of community | 12-May-2021
More than 150 participants from 13 different countries participated in the Agents of Change: Pathways to Careers in Meteorology Panel Discussion orga | 12-May-2021
Pacific authors, technical partners and region-wide universities are telling their stories on the science and impacts of | 12-May-2021
 With the Pacific having recently gone through a La Niña event, representatives of National Meteorological and Hydrological Services (NMHSs) from across the Pacific, as well as their partners from regional organisations and scientific institutions, came together in a virtual meeting this week. | 23-Apr-2021
Organisational Culture was the focus of the final session of | 23-Apr-2021
Shining our spotlight on our Pacific People that work for our Pacific | 19-Apr-2021
Over 50 participants from across 13 different Pacific islands have attended the very first training program using the new launched Pacific Climate Change Centre e-learning platform. | 15-Apr-2021
Opportunities to build your understanding of | 15-Apr-2021
Did you know that we our Meteorological and Hydrological Services across the Pacific islands work together to consistently improve their services?  Working with the Pacific Meteorological Desk Partnership, your Met Service is part of a regional coordinated | 15-Apr-2021
The Pacific commitment to ongoing enhancement of weather and | 15-Apr-2021
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