Strengthening the Environmental Dimensions of the Sustainable Development Goals in Asia and the Pacific: Stocktake of National Responses to Sustainable Development Goals 12, 14, and 15
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PNG is in a unique position to choose a future that is responsible and sustainable
This is related to Indicators 23 - 25
Providing the ten steps to a healthier ocean and stronger economy.
Community Based Actions in Small Island Developing States - Best Practices from the Equator Initiative
The water systems of the world — aquifers, lakes, rivers, large marine ecosystems, and open ocean — sustain the
STRENGTHENING THE ENVIRONMENTAL DIMENSIONS OF THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS IN ASIA AND THE PACIFIC
This toolkit outlines the basic process of developing a national marine spatial plan. It has been tailored specifically for use by Pacific Island countries based upon lessons learned in Fiji, Solomon Islands, Tonga and Vanuatu.
Reports on ADB and PNG projects, country strategies, country strategy reviews and Economic outlook for PNG
In urban areas, responsibility for providing piped water and sewerage services in the nation’s capital, Port Moresby, lies with Eda Ranu, and for the remaining provincial and district towns with Water PNG (formerly the PNG Water Board). Service provision to these areas are estimated to be 89% access to safe water (little change from 87% in 1990), and 57% access to safe sanitation (down from 89% in 1990)1. Access to services in urban areas struggle to keep up in the face of rapid urban population expansion.