With the increasing global sea level posing a significant concern, Pacific Island Countries and Territories face a pressing challenge. Phillip Strickland, NES Senior Environment Compliance
Rose Strickland stated ‘the discussions at the regional level allowed member countries to share their challenges faced in biofouling, as well as inviting technical experts
Teariki Tearetoa, NES Research and Pa Enua Coordinator, attended the final regional meeting on the Inform Project. The Inform Project is a unified response for
NES looks forward to a working relationship with relevant stakeholders for the benefit of our small island communities, with particular focus on the Pa Enua.
Participants from 8 pacific island countries including the Cook Islands discussed innovative knowledge brokerage methods and tools that can be integrated into workplans and activities.
Cook Islands joins preparatory meeting and prepares for negotiating the new global treaty on plastic pollution
The main objectives of the preparatory meeting were for Pacific members to actively engage in negotiating a new binding global agreement that is consistent with
The Honorable Minister of the National Environment Service Albert Nicholas delivered remarks recognising SPREP’s important role in promoting conservation and sustainability in the Pacific region.
The video illustrates the devastating effects of plastic waste, as plastic bags and bottles can take hundreds of years to decompose, and even then, they
Participants were taught the basic skills and knowledge to use the internationally recognised Toolkit on Sex-disaggregated Water Data Collection.