In support of the Vanuatu national implementation strategy for REDD+, SPC/GIZ focuses on the

The Vanuatu planning meeting of the SPC/GIZ Regional Programme €œClimate Protection through Forest Conservation in Pacific Island Countries” was held at the Melanesian Hotel, Port Vila, from 15 -€“ 16 June 20

The Solomon Islands planning meeting of the SPC/GIZ Regional Programme “Climate Protection through Forest Conservation in Pacific Island Countries€ was held at the King Solomons Hotel, Honiara, from 29 -€“ 3

Report on investigations in a demonstration area to elaborate technical planning parameters for the integration of Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) and

This accuracy assessment of the available data and data storage on the forest resources in Fiji shows that managed commercial forests are well documented, while indigenous forests usually lack good quality data, due to uncontrolled utilization.

Fiji has in place a revised national code of harvesting practice (NCOHP). This Code provides the instrument for the implementation of reduced impact logging.

Vanuatu is the only country in Melanesia which already has a statutory framework for forest carbon rights, although this only applies to leased land: the Forestry Rights Registration and Timber Harvest Guarantee Act 2000

This workshop was convened by the Fiji Department of Forests to provide a forum forstakeholder discussion of the proposed changes to the Fiji National Code of Harvesting Practice 2010.

East Rennell Natural World Heritage Site (WHS) in Solomon Islands is one of only three areas of World Heritage status in the Pacific Island Region.