State of Conservation in the Pacific Islands
A Pacific Islands State of Conservation Oceania report was developed for the previous Conference in 2013. Similarly, a refined and updated regional report has been developed over the past 18 months to inform the state of conservation in the region and to set the scene for the 10th Pacific Islands Nature Conference. This new regional report, State of Environment and Conservation in the Pacific Islands: 2020 Regional Report reflects an indicator-based reporting process for 31 conservation and environment indicators.
The State of Environment and Conservation in the Pacific Islands (SOEC) utilises country endorsed publicly available data and information and draws on input from countries and regional technical experts across many fields including members of the PIRT.
The SOEC informed the key priorities for conservation within the region as reflected by the Action Tracks of the 10th Nature Conference, are captured under the Objectives of the Framework for Nature Conservation, and reflected in the High-level Declaration from the Conference.
This is an ADVANCED COPY with the final to be published in December following the Conference. We apologies that this report is available in English only at this stage, and we will look to translate key elements of the report in the future.
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