Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme

SPREP is a regional organisation established by the governments and administrations of the Pacific region to look after its environment. It has grown from a small programme attached to the South Pacific Commission (SPC) in the 1980s into the Pacific region’s major intergovernmental organisation charged with protecting and managing the environment and natural resources. It is based in Apia, Samoa, with over 70 staff.

SPREP’s mandate is to promote cooperation in the Pacific islands region and to provide assistance in order to protect and improve the environment and to ensure sustainable development for present and future generations.

SPREP’s unique focus is to sustain the integrity of the ecosystems of the Pacific islands region to support life and livelihoods today and tomorrow.

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Pacific Climate Change Science

This platform is an archival/legacy website providing 15 Pacific island countries with tools and knowledge to enhance their capacity to deal with a changing climate.

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C3D+ Project Profile Page

A summary of the C3D+ project, which strengthened capacities of Non-Annex I countries and institutions to address climate change through nationally appropriate measures and planning strategies.

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Pacific Gender and Climate Change Toolkit

The Pacific Gender and Climate Change toolkit is designed to support climate change practitioners in the Pacific islands region to integrate gender into their programmes and projects.

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Designing Effective Locally Managed Areas in Tropical Marine Environments

A facilitator's guide to help sustain community benefits through management for fisheries, ecosystems and climate change.

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Many Strong Voices (MSV)

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Many Strong Voices (MSV)

Many Strong Voices (MSV) promotes the well-being, security, and sustainability of coastal communities in the Arctic and Small Island Developing States (SIDS).

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