Story | 25 Jul, 2022
The BIODEV2030 Fiji Advisory committee convened the meeting on the 14th of July at the Ministry of Agriculture Headquarter conference room to discuss the draft report on Scenarios and strategies to engage Kava sectors to reduce biodiversity loss and promote biodiversity conservation in Fiji.
Press release | 20 Jul, 2022
Kigali, Rwanda, 20 July 2022 (IUCN) - At the IUCN Africa Protected Areas Congress, twelve rangers and ranger teams from around the world received an International Ranger Award today for their extraordinary commitment to protecting nature and helping local communities.
News | 20 Jul, 2022
In the margins of the Kiwa Initiative Steering Committee meeting chaired by Canada, the Kiwa Initiative awarded grants to ten local projects in the Pacific Island Countries, as well as launched the third Kiwa regional project…
Story | 11 Jul, 2022
Sixteen women from Lautoka and Suva in Fiji were part of a week-long workshop that was aimed at empowering women in the informal waste sector.
Story | 08 Jul, 2022
The Plastic Waste Free Islands (PWFI) Ubuntoo "Greenhouse" currently holds 82 product solutions, 66 knowledge product resources and a news feed about plastic leakage and pollution specific to Small Island Developing States (SIDS). It resides within the Ubuntoo environmental solutions platform,…
Story | 02 Jul, 2022
To reduce biodiversity loss in Fiji, the BIODEV2030 initiative is exploring how voluntary sectoral commitments can safeguard nature and livelihoods, while contributing to the country’s national biodiversity targets.
Story | 17 Jun, 2022
On 15 June 2022, under its Plastic Waste Free Islands (PWFI) Project, IUCN through consultants Environment Law Oceania Consultancy (ELOC) conducted a validation workshop on proposed policy recommendations for the reduction of plastic waste leakage from the waste management, tourism and fisheries…
Blog | 10 Jun, 2022
This year's United Nations World Oceans Day, on 8 June 2022, focuses on the theme “Revitalization: Collective Action for the Ocean.” As Oceania people, our connection to our environment and our ocean is innate.