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 PNG Conservation and Environment Protection Authority

This dataset has an article on plastics that make their way into the ocean and data on plastics and other waste in the Pacific Island region.

 PNG Conservation and Environment Protection Authority

The New Guinea Challenge - Development and Conservation in Societies of Great Cultural and Biological diversity

 PNG Conservation and Environment Protection Authority,  PNG Forestry Authority

Background
1996-2000: The PNG Forestry Authority (PNGFA) with support from CSIRO developed the Forest Inventory Mapping (FIM) System to specifically map forest and vegetation types using forest mapping units or boundaries (or FMU) derived from aerial photography in 1973-4 at 1:100,000 scale and other relevant map overlays.

 PNG Conservation and Environment Protection Authority

A Milestone Report for Department of the Environment (November 2017)

 PNG Conservation and Environment Protection Authority

A Final Report for Department of the Environment and Energy (October 2017)

 PNG Conservation and Environment Protection Authority,  PNG Department of National Planning & Monitoring

The Government of PNG through the National Executive Council (NEC) Decision No. 135/2010 deliberated on the lack of core statistics for informed decision-making and evidence-based planning and as a result directed relevant Government departments responsible for producing and using statistics to develop a National Strategy for the Development of Statistics (NSDS) for the country.

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 PNG Conservation and Environment Protection Authority,   National Fisheries Authority of Papua New Guinea

RFQ NUMBER: RFTGA 2012 / 715

 PNG Department of National Planning & Monitoring

Papua New Guinea Strategy for the Development of Statistics 2018 - 2027

 PNG Conservation and Environment Protection Authority

The Conservation Needs Assessment (CNA) for Papua New Guinea was requested by the government of Papua
New Guinea and funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). The CNA was implemented by the Biodiversity Support Program, a USAID-funded consortium of World Wildlife Fund, World Resources Institute, and The Nature Conservancy, in collaboration with local and international non-governmental organizations (NGOs), museums, and academic institutions.

These projections are presented along with confidence levels based on expert judgement by Pacific Climate Change Science Program (PCCSP) scientists. The chapter concludes with a summary table of projections (Table 11.4). Important background information, including an explanation of methods and models, is provided in Chapter 1. For definitions of other terms refer to the Glossary.

UNDP has been working during the last decade to support countries to transition to green, inclusive, climate-resilient development paths. More than US$790 million in grant financing from the Global Environment Facility-managed Least Developed Countries Fund and the Special Climate Change Fund, as well as the Kyoto Protocol’s Adaptation Fund and bilateral finance, have been mobilized to assist countries to achieve their adaptation priorities. These resources build on and complement over US$2.5 billion in co-financing that has also been invested.

The project Mangrove Rehabilitation for Sustainably Managed Healthy Forests (MARSH) commenced on October 1st 2012 and ended on September 30th 2015. The project was initially supposed to be implemented over five years in Papua New Guinea (PNG), Solomon Islands and Vanuatu. In the first quarter of Year 3 the donor decided to change the focus from community based to national interventions for greater impact and to limit the rest of the activities of the third year to PNG alone. The project life span was thus shortened and there was nothing started in Solomon Islands and Vanuatu.

The Economics of Fisheries and Aquaculture in the Coral Triangle (EFACT) is the first report of its kind that consolidates primary and secondary information on fisheries and aquaculture using a regional lens and analytical tools from economics. The EFACT is an output of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) technical assistance—Regional Cooperation on Knowledge Management, Policy, and Institutional Support to the Coral Triangle Initiative (CTI).

Papua New Guinea (PNG) has a total land area of 462,000 square kilometers (km2), making it the largest Pacific island country. Its exclusive economic zone at 3.12 million km2 is the world’s second largest. The country’s sparsely distributed population of only 7 million makes PNG’s population density of approximately 9 people per km2 the lowest in the South Pacific.