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The recent International Panel on Climate Change Fourth Assessment report (2007) has deepened understanding of the magnitude of climate change, its consequences and possible policies to reduce and mitigate its effects. The combustion of fossil fuels is the largest single contributor to carbon dioxide (CO2)...
The management, governance and control of the world’s oceans have become major policy and research agendas. Nowhere is this more the case than in the Pacific Ocean, the world’s largest ocean.
This report is the first, quadrennial Pacific Sustainable Development (PSDR) to be prepared under the Pacific Roadmap for Sustainable Development (PRSD), that was endorsed by Leaders in 2017. The report highlights progress made in the Blue Pacific region towards achieving sustainable development - within the...
This report provides recommendations to the government of Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) and its development partners on a set of practical actions in the short to medium term that could strengthen resources use in RMI.
Given the relative newness of Nauru to planning and aid management, this review provides an opportunity for Nauru to identify the mistakes of others and progress more quickly to establish systems and processes that promote effective planning, budgeting and oversight and leadership in the management...
This assessment draws on extensive research and 8 months of New Zealand and South Pacific-based discussions on climate change and security with officials from countries across the Pacific, as well as with academics and civil society from across New Zealand and the Pacific region.
CROP agencies have been working collectively to deliver on Forum Leaders’ decisions and commitments, in support of the vision and objectives of the Framework for Pacific Regionalism. Overarching this collective approach has been the Blue Pacific narrative which has been used in policy papers, communications,...
The Pacific Islands and Tuna Fishing Map 2015 showcases population statistics, economic benefits and the food security of Tuna for individual Pacific Island Countries and Territories.