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    Solomon Islands Represented at Oceania Pacific At 18th UN World Wildlife Conference

    SEPTEMBER 2, 2019 BY ANGELICAS
    Island and Ocean Ecosystems

    The 18th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES CoP18) convened in Geneva, Switzerland following the cancellation of the meeting in May in Sri Lanka in

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    Environment Ministers High-Level Talanoa Concludes In Apia

    SEPTEMBER 6, 2019 BY LEANNEM

    General News

    6 September 2019, Apia, Samoa – Environment Ministers from around the Pacific region met today in Apia, Samoa at the conclusion of the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment (SPREP)’s 29th Meeting of Officials, to identify key priorities in relation to some of the most

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    Guidelines For Disaster Waste Management In The Pacific To Be Launched In 2020

    SEPTEMBER 4, 2019 BY ANGELICAS

    Waste Management and Pollution Control

    4 September, 2019, Apia, Samoa – Unmanaged disaster waste can negatively impact the recovery efforts of countries affected by natural hazards. This was the key message expressed at a special side event held last night, where the draft Regional Disaster Waste Management

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    Solomon’s Face Ongoing Tsunami Risk

    AUGUST 9, 2019 BY LEANNEM

    Climate Change Resilience

    8 August 2019, Apia, Samoa - According to Solomon Islands' Meteorological Service (SIMS) Director David Hiba, the SIMS faces infrastructure challenges and the ongoing risk of tsunamis hitting Solomon Islands.

    Mr. Hiba said the SIMS had expanded its network of seismographic equipment and tsunami

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