This plan provides both an overview of the current risk and vulnerability context in Yap State, as well as the strengths that Yap has, including its strong traditional culture and rich natural resources. It then further provides its developed actions across the 7 Priority Areas, which represent the main elements of their livelihoods they wished to sustain and strengthen in the years to come.
This plan provides Kosrae’s current risk and vulnerability context, including it rich natural resources, and the specific actions identified for its six key sectors, which places Kosrae in good stead for a future that protects its people’s livelihood and environment. With specific actions identified for the 6 Priority Areas, and with pre-identified leading and supporting agencies, this JSAP supplements Kosrae’s Strategic Development Plan (SDP), and is a step towards risk-proofing its future.
The Utwe - Walung Conservation Area (UWCA) was evaluated for potential community based economic and sustainable aquacultme enterprises. Evaluations outside the Utwe - Walung Marine Conservation Area (UWMCA) were not included.
This Second National Communication is not only an exercise to fulfill our reporting obligations under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). More importantly, it confirmed with strong evidence that what people of FSM have been facing in light of the changing climate is real.
This plan provides both an overview of the current risk and vulnerability context in Chuuk State, as well as the state’s strengths, including its strong traditional culture and rich natural resources. It then further provides its developed actions across the 6 Priority Areas, which represent the main elements of their livelihoods they wished to sustain and strengthen in the years to come.
This policy provides the basis for action by both public and private sectors to invigorate sustainable agriculture growth in the FSM, and signals desired sector priority development outcomes and strategies to achieve these. It also recognises the major role played by traditional farming systems and the impact of socio-cultural realities.
The NBSAP report outlines the state of the nation’s biological resources and the current biological and anthropogenic threats that are affecting its continued existence, with eleven strategic biodiversity themes identified as the most important issues facing the nation.
This policy is an overarching framework, which comprehensively addresses Information and Communication Technology and Telecommunication policies within the FSM and establishes the direction for a secure and flourishing ICT environment for all citizens in FSM.
An Assessment of the Key Energy Issues,Barriers to the Development of Renewable Energy to Mitigate Climate Change, and Capacity Development Needs for Removing the Barriers
This report (originally written in 2004) was produced by SPREP’s International Waters Project, which is implementing the Strategic Action Programme for the International Waters of the Pacific Small Island Developing States, with funding from
the Global Environment Facility.
The discussion is presented in 5 sections.
This report is based on a survey of several islands of Chuuk, Federated States of Micronesia, from 30 March to 4 April 2000.
Objectives of this plan;
* To allow for an immediate response to control and eradicate the Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle.
* To minimize the negative impact on the economy and Food Security