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The economy of Papua New Guinea (PNG) is dependent on trade, exports in particular, which rose from $985 million to $2.5 trillion during 1980–2004. Exports increased from 35% of gross domestic product (GDP) in 1986 to 48% in 2002, even increasing by more than 50% for some years. Imports exhibited moderate growth at about 30% of GDP.

… Barat Provinces). Within Papua, the advent of a 4000-km ‘development corridor’ reflects a national agenda promoting … resources, increasingly exhibits new conservation and development dynamics suggestive of the earlier frontier development phases of other Indonesian regions. Local …
… 13 paged research paper on rural development in PNG and how it relates to poverty in the … environmentally disadvantaged parts of rural PNG, where development has not occurred to any extent and where a number … severe constraints make it unlikely to occur. Hence rural development, as that term is normally understood, will not …
… Guinea’s international commitments to promote low-carbon development and forest conservation for climate-change …
… environmentally disadvantaged parts of rural PNG, where development has not occurred to any extent and where a number …
 RMI Environmental Protection Authority (RMIEPA),  Office of Environmental Policy and Planning Coordination,  National Disaster Management Office (NDMO),  Economic Policy,  Planning and Statistics Office (EPPSO)
… Protection Authority (RMIEPA) … Office of Environmental Policy and Planning Coordination … National Disaster Management Office (NDMO) … Economic Policy … Planning and Statistics Office (EPPSO) … indicators …
 PNG Conservation and Environment Protection Authority,  Climate Change and Development Authority in PNG,  Asian Development Bank
… particular, those undertaking the early stages of project development. Time and resources could be saved by attaching … and Environment Protection Authority … Climate Change and Development Authority in PNG … Asian Development Bank … climate … adaptation … png … asia … …
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The contents represent the culmination of one year’s efforts, including working with the teams of six of the most advanced MPA networks in the region. The process of collecting information for this book involved activities in the field, conducting interviews, consultation workshops and interactions with stakeholders, government and non-government organizations, academic institutions and the private sector.
The work is attributed to the

… that undermine prospects for sustainable growth and social development. Across the region, progress towards … sustainability has been insufficient. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) put environmental sustainability at the center of sustainable development. However, meaningful action to achieve …
 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP)

One of the greatest challanges we face in protecting our islands biodiversity is how to balance the needs of the people that use it, and the future of the environment. There are many reasons why the Pacific islands way of life is endangered, it is
necessary to address these threats, all of them. Understand ing their causes will help to stop them, if it is possible or to change or adapt our way of life. It is necessary to focus on long term sustainability strategies, but in the mean time develop and carry out short term projects to address the immediate needs of our islands.

… the role of mining and the private sector in sustainable development. … pdf … 3517 …
 Climate Change and Development Authority in PNG
… First Biennial Report … … Climate Change and Development Authority in PNG … climate change … png … bienniel update report … climate change and development authority … Atmosphere and Climate …
… met the optimistic expectations of advocates, including development partners. This is the result of the challenges …
 UNEP/TEEB

Natural capital – our ecosystems, biodiversity, and natural resources – underpins economies, societies and individual well-being. The values of its myriad benefits are, however, often overlooked or poorly understood. They are rarely taken fully into account through economic signals in markets, or in day to day decisions by business and citizens, nor indeed reflected adequately in the accounts of society.

Available online

Call Number: [EL]

ISBN/ISSN: 978-3-98-13410-0-3

Physical Description: 47 p.

 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme
… It analyzes MPA networks through their various stages of development including planning and design, implementation and …