Swift reaction from MECDM and the Jurong Bird Park of Singapore other international and local stakeholders rescued a hundred and twelve Santa Cruz Ground-Dove s from extinction following a volcanic eruption that destroyed their habitat. The birds are endemic to Tinakula, one of the many isles in the Solomon Islands.
Two communities from two Provinces recently benefited from receiving waste management cleanup tools. Moli Community in Ulawa, Makira Ulawa Province and Ro’one Community in South Malaita, Malaita Province are the latest recipients to receive the Cleanup tools that will help them promote proper waste management in their rural communities.
On 15th June 2018, the third workshop was officially held hosted by Ministry of Environment Climate Change Disaster Management and Meteorology and the J-PRISM II Project.
A series of planned activities in commemoration of the annual World Environment Day/World Oceans Day/Coral Triangle Day Celebration this year in Solomon Islands. Some of the planned activities includes; radio talk-back show, media press statement, Barana Community Environment Expedition, Clean Up Program and the actual event amongst others which will be happening in Gizo/Western Province, Barana Community/Guadalcanal Province, Honiara City/Capital and in Buala/Isabel Province.
You can access and view the document in the link provided as follows; files/docs/users/wbeti/160228_AmendmentstoEnvironmentAct_draft2.2(1).pdf
This call for public review submissions is open as of Friday 9th February 2018 and will close on Friday 30th March 2018.
Source: Environment & Conservation Division Communications