2 edition of Sustainable development in the Pacific Islands. found in the catalog.
Sustainable development in the Pacific Islands.
Pacific Islands Conference of Leaders (16th 1997 Pohnpei, Micronesia)
|Statement||conference co-chairs John Wise, David A. Schaller, Eliuel K. Pretrick ... [et al.] ; proceedings editors Millie M. Piazza, Patricia Young.|
|Contributions||Wise, John., Piazza, Millie M., Young, Patricia.|
|LC Classifications||HC681.3.E5 P327 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) ;|
|LC Control Number||99169853|
Get this from a library! Multidimensional model: a tool for the management of resources for sustainable development in the Pacific Islands. [Sitiveni Halapua; Saia Kami; Pacific Islands Development Program (East-West Center)]. 1. Introduction. The purpose of this paper is to consider the meaning of Sustainable Development in the context of small islands. To help answer this question some key interpretations of the sustainable development problem shall be considered in the context of island issues and the development pathways open to islands.
The Solomon Islands are facing increasing poverty and the economic performance of the country is lagging behind other Pacific countries. Together with the lack of environmental sustainability and the vulnerability to climate change and disaster risks, these are key challenges within the islands. Background to partnerships with STI and its work in the Pacific; Global, regional and national linkages for sustainable tourism development; Introduction to the 10YFP Program and Sustainable Tourism in the South Pacific. 10YFP Sustainable Consumption and Production Program; Sustainable Development Goals.
Sustainable development truly depends on a healthy and sustainably managed Pacific Ocean. As a resource and the basis of our livelihoods, the ocean represents both opportunities and challenges. As an island nation surrounded by the sea, we are, on the one hand, at the mercy of the ocean but, on the other hand, the custodians of its resources. The United Nations Pacific Strategy (UNPS) is a five year strategic framework that outlines the collective response of the UN system to the development priorities in 14 Pacific Island.
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