“We have to change everyone’s mindset to work in an effective and efficient organisation. An organisation that requires less resources but delivers more. So that sort of thinking is what I want and with my management we’ll need to work. We started and donor agencies like UNDP, Global Environment Fund and Jica have been working with us on technical matters, progressing issues on policies and agendas.
Conflict Islands Conservation Initiative takes in researchers and graduates to work at its facility and contributes to conservation and knowledge of the marine world.
“We have been working with the PNG Business Council and the Department of Personnel Management to recruit these board members.
“Their have been already submitted to the Public Service Commission and they are conducting their own independent evaluation and assessments.”
The event will showcase over 30 different stalls and displays from various conservation organisations, government agencies, utility companies and business houses all keen to promote ways in which each of us can make a positive difference in conserving the natural environment whilst saving money on household bills.
“Good environmental practices stem from maintaining local technical capacity,” Mobsy said as part of her presentation. “Many successes of the project are due to our local workforce who understand the environmental, social and cultural sensitivities in the country.
J-PRISM II thrives on the cleaner pacific strategy 2025, a strategic document that aims to encourage small Pacific Island countries tackle the issue of waste management while mitigating the effects of climate change.
The authority’s managing director, Gunther Joku, said a team accompanied Minister for Environment, Conservation and Climate Change John Pundari to Lae to conduct compliance monitoring on the manufacturing industries and their wastewater discharge systems.
The renewal of these agreements, that were initiated in 2014 with the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), represent an ongoing commitment by local communities to conserve two-thirds of the Great Central Forest on Manus for their long-term livelihood sustenance.
The Information Complex Centre for Varirata National Park in Central Province was opened recently. The project stems from a partnership between PNG’s Conservation and Environment Protection Authority, and the Japan International Cooperation Agency. The construction of the new information centre and renovation of the old information centre gives a new look to Varirata National Park […]