MOU signed between NES and Penrhyn EO

The National Environment Service signed a memorandum of understanding with the Executive Officer for Penrhyn, Mr Puna Vano. A significant step towards enabling good governance as NES recognizes the importance of conservation and protection within the Pa Enua.
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On the 07th February 2024, The National Environment Service signed a memorandum of understanding with the Executive Officer for Penrhyn, Mr Puna Vano. A significant step towards enabling good governance as NES recognizes the importance of conservation and protection within the Pa Enua.

This ensures that NES officers work closely with the Island Council and the Aronga Mana, to implement environmental guidelines and practices for the benefit of all Cook Islanders. With a focus on key areas such as Biodiversity, Raui and Waste management, a strong partnership with the Island Government along with its community highlights our common interest to preserve what we hold dear as Cook Island people. Our Environment is key to sustaining our way of life.

With the agency set to appoint a NES Officer in the coming days, we look forward to a successful relationship in providing support for the benefit of our people in Penrhyn.

Kia mou te Selenga!

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