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  • The future of all species is in our hands The future of all species is in our hands Photo: Patrick Pikacha/ESSI

    Solomon Islands Species Forum held in Honiara


    As part of the inaugural Solomon Islands National Resource Management Symposium, Ecological Solutions Solomon Islands, with funding support from Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund’s small grant programme administered by IUCN, led a Solomon Islands Species Forum.  

  • Participants of the National Resource Management Symposium in Honiara Participants at the National Resource Management Symposium in Honiara Photo: SICCP

    Solomon Islands hosts inaugural National Resource Management Symposium


    Over 200 participants gathered in Honiara during the first week of October to share science, lessons and stories in efforts towards alleviating threats to the natural environment of Solomon Islands.

  • IUCN and CEPF announce a Call for Proposals for East Melanesia


    A Call for Proposals is now open for the East Melanesian Islands Biodiversity Hotspot!

  • A Call to celebrate the wildlife of Solomon Islands


    As part of the Solomon Islands National Resource Management Symposium being held from 2nd-6th October, a day will be dedicated to celebrating the species of Solomon Islands. The day is being led by Ecological Solutions Solomon Islands, in partnership with IUCN Oceania, the Regional Implementation Team for CEPF’s investment in the East Melanesian Islands.

  • Meeting with Garasa tribe in Panarui village Photo: Luisa Tagicakibau/IUCN Oceania

    RIT visit CEPF funded project in Choiseul


    Members of the IUCN RIT for East Melanesia were honoured to join the Ecological Solutions Solomon Islands (ESSI) team as they conducted tribal meetings in South Choiseul last week.


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