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The contents represent the culmination of one year’s efforts, including working with the teams of six of the most advanced MPA networks in the region. The process of collecting information for this book involved activities in the field, conducting interviews, consultation workshops and interactions with stakeholders, government and non-government organizations, academic institutions and the private sector.
The work is attributed to the

A waste resource kit sharing the experiences of others in the Pacific who have found solutions to some of the waste problems.

In this report, successful livelihood options considered are one that 1) continues to be used by community after external organisations have left, and also 2) a livelihood that is environmentally sustainable.

This document is expected to complement existing guidance documents such as the Manual on the Implementation
of the Basel Convention etc

The handbook is a joint publication of Environment Canada and the University of Joensuu – United Nations Environment Programme Course on International Environmental Law-making and Diplomacy. Environment Canada initiated this project and provided core contributions for the main text. UNEP generously provided the glossary, as well as expert advice on the handbook as a whole.

This booklet complements other initiatives being implemented in the region, a number of which are being coordinated and/or supported by the Forum Secretariat in response to Leaders’ decisions.

The Action Plan was endorsed by PAWG members at the Annual Meeting and was presented to the 18th Pacific Islands Round Table (PIRT) Annual Meeting held in July 2015.

The report is intended as a general guide to coastal protection practices in the Pacific region.

The information they contain needs to be considered in light of national conditions and circumstances.

Brief overview on the vision and benefits of the PIPAP portal

A direct internet link to access the PIPAP portal resources.

The aim of the inception workshop was to ensure that all 15 countries in the Pacific ACP Group of States were engaged for the second phase of BIOPAMA

A flyer with an overview information on BIOPAMA project.

Data valid as of 09/04/2019