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Author: National Environment Service

If you are intending on leaving the Cook Islands with local food or animal matter such as shells it is best that you visit the National Environment Service (NES) in Avarua to check whether you need a CITES Permit to ensure your food or souvenirs...

Climate change continues to be the greatest risk to the livelihoods and security of the peoples of the Pacific. acific Islands Forum Secretary General Dame Meg Taylor used her opening address at the Forum Economic and Trade Ministers Meeting at the National Auditorium yesterday to highlight...

Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) are organic chemical compounds that remain intact in the environment for long periods, become widely distributed geographically via air and water, and accumulate in fatty tissue in humans and wildlife.  Exposure to Persistent Organic Pollutants can lead to serious health effects including...

Desertification and land degradation are important global issues of the 21st Century because of its adverse impact on agronomic productivity, food security, the quality of life and our environment.  In turn, these can cause economic consequences that affect the livelihoods of Cook Islanders.  Long term sustainable...

Tania Temata worked for the Cook Islands National Environment Service from 1992 to 2012, she Environment Championpassed away after a long battle with cancer on the 8 th of October 2012. This is our tribute to Tania who will always be remembered and missed dearly. We are...