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UNDP and SPC partner to support coastal adaptation in Tuvalu

UNDP and the Pacific Community signed a Letter of Agreement, cementing their mutual commitment to work together to improve Tuvalu’s resilience to coastal flooding under the Tuvalu Coastal Adaptation…  

Aniwa: The Island of Sweet Oranges

Aniwa is the fourth southern-most island of Vanuatu and is about 8 km2 (3 square miles) and having about 350 people living on it, I believe I met most of them. The boat comes to this island once every…  

Youth are the future of climate resilience

When the vulnerability of small island countries to climate change is reported in international media, it is often accompanied by images of houses and roads inundated with seawater, families standing…  

Projects targeting environmental conservation launched in the Marshall Islands

Over 25 participants gathered in Majuro today to officially launch two national projects as part of the Global Environment Facility Pacific Ridge to Reef programme.  

Tonga Climate Financing and Risk Governance Assessment

The report focuses on developing insight and understanding Tonga’s mix of policies and plans developed to help guide its climate change work program and the institutions in place and their level of…  

Tuvalu Environmental Social Management Plan

The Government of Tuvalu through the UNDP is submitting a Funding Proposal to the Green Climate Fund, which focuses on coastal adaptation. The funding proposal is in Environmental and Social (E&S)…  

Soil and Water Conservation Practice

This brochure provides information on how to compost, the experience from the Marshall Islands.  

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