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 PNG Conservation and Environment Protection Authority
… of the Convention on Biological Diversity. The consulting project is established in partnership with the University of … Capacity Development Initiative (CDI) Pacific Regional Project. Read More on Terms Of Reference … … PNG Conservation …
 The Nature Conservancy
… in six villages in Kimbe Bay and was part of a larger project being undertaken by The Nature Conservancy (TNC) to … local marine resource use and conservation. The Kimbe Bay project aims to protect and conserve the biodiversity and …
 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme
… PEBACC is a five year project implemented by the Secretariat of the Pacific …

Management of Papua New Guinea’s protected areas is a shared obligation, with most of the on-ground responsibility falling to management committees and boards under both existing and proposed legislation. However, the national government has overall responsibility for the protected area network and its management, and must ensure effective management to meet its international obligations. CEPA has a duty to support management committees with advice, assistance and regular engagement, and to assist them in obtaining resources to carry out their work effectively.

 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme
… The Science of Marine Reserves Project is an international collaboration to study, …

A major objective of this report was to develop a regional assessment of Pacific Island sensitivity to projected climate change as a component of the Pacific-Australia Climate Change Science and Adaptation Planning (PACCSAP) program

… of Papua New Guinea (Fig. 1.0 by the Simbu Land Use Project (SLUP) between 1980 and 1982. … pdf … 836 …
 PNG Conservation and Environment Protection Authority,  PNG Forestry Authority
… of Papua New Guinea (Fig. 1.0 by the Simbu Land Use Project (SLUP) between 1980 and 1982. … … PNG Conservation …

Nearly 4 % of the world’s forests are plantations, established to provide a variety of ecosystem services, principally timber and other wood products. In addition to such services, plantation forests provide direct and indirect benefits to biodiversity via the provision of forest habitat for a wide range of species, and by reducing negative impacts on natural forests by offsetting the need to extract resources. There is compelling evidence that climate change is directly affecting biodiversity in forests throughout the world.

 PNG Conservation and Environment Protection Authority
… BioRAP Project Papua New Guinea pilot study : Classification …
 Commonwealth Science Council

Most marine coastal conservation efforts have been species - focused and sea turles have received special attention, efforts having been made to boost depleted populations by protecting nesting beaches and hatchlings.For all the dedication,time and money applied to turtle conservation projects their effectiveness in the South Pacific region remains

 PNG Conservation and Environment Protection Authority,   National Fisheries Authority of Papua New Guinea ,  Asian Development Bank
… The Project will expand the cargo handling capacity of Lae port, … and livelihood improvement; (iii) consulting services in project management, construction supervision, financial …
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 CRISP
… first place, reports are submitted to the managers of each project then feedbacks are given to the supervisors of each …
 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme
… work done by Pacific islands with support from the Inform Project on environmental data use in the Pacific. … … …
 PNG Conservation and Environment Protection Authority

An introduction to the natural history, societies, conservation and sustainable development of the New Guinea region prepared by CSIRO Australia for the Moore Foundation, 2003
This pictorial review will show:
•how Earth history has given these islands immense biological and mineral riches;
•why the plants and animals are of outstanding value for science and natural history;
•the enormous diversity of human cultures developed over the last30,000 years;
•the footprints of human society and infrastructure that lie over the entire landscape;

An introduction to the natural history, societies, conservation and sustainable development of the New Guinea region prepared by CSIRO Australia for the Moore Foundation, 2003
This pictorial review will show:
•how Earth history has given these islands immense biological and mineral riches;
•why the plants and animals are of outstanding value for science and natural history;
•the enormous diversity of human cultures developed over the last30,000 years;
•the footprints of human society and infrastructure that lie over the entire landscape;

 Asian Development Bank
… The project will strengthen the rural health system in selected … health service delivery in rural areas of PNG.1 The project will cover two districts in each of the following …
… The SciCOFish project, Scientific support, for the management of coastal …
 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme
… Data sources include the Millennium Coral Reef Mapping Project (IMaRS-USF and IRD 2005, IMaRS-USF 2005) and the … sources including the Millennium Coral Reef Mapping Project. Version 4.0. Includes contributions from IMaRS-USF … of South Florida) (2005). Millennium Coral Reef Mapping Project. Unvalidated maps. These maps are unendorsed by IRD, …
 United States Coral Reef Task Force

The American Samoa Local Action Strategies (LAS) are the result of a nearly two-year process that saw input from territorial agencies, non-profit groups, interested individuals, and other stake-holders such as local fishers, and federal agency partners. This process was initiated through the American