Pdf of a presentation explaing the dataset.
Important information on Vanuatu's land tenure and conservation.
The MACBIO project provides technical support in identifying and highlighting the values of marine and coastal resources and their ecosystem services. Once values are more visible, governments and stakeholders can plan and manage resources more sustainably, and maintain economic and social benefits of marine and coastal biodiversity in the medium and long term.
An identification of Vanuatu’s special and/or unique marine areas (SUMAs). This report brings together data, literature and the outputs of a dedicated workshop synthesising information about the areas identified. The areas were described, justified and scored according to four criteria: geographic explicitness, justification, information sources and legal obligations associated with each site.
The Vanuatu Environmental Unit (VEU) conducted a capacity building add-on to the National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Planning Project (NBSAP). This Report reviews national legislation, regional model laws relating to the preservation of Traditional Biological Diversity Knowledge and literature reviews related to domestic, regional and international protection of traditional biodiversity knowledge.
Vanuatu's vision in this policy is to transform fisheries in Vanuatu. The goal is to increase production, people’s
incomes, food security, and nutritional status of all ni-Vanuatu.