• NCSA National Environment Capacity Strategy and Action Plan for Samoa
    Dec 30, 2007

    Analysis of Samoa's capacity and environmental constraints for development to implement the Conventions on Biodiversity, climate change and land degradation.

  • Cook Islands NCSA Capacity Development Action Plan and Final Report
    Jun 26, 2008

    This report is the last of a series of reports produced under the NCSA project. It presents an overview of the country context and sustainable development challenges, highlights the process involved in undertaking the NCSA and the main environmental issues and capacity gaps identified through the process.

  • Rauti Para Project Manihiki May 2015
    Aug 14, 2015

    Manihiki was the last island to receive the Rauti Para tablet training project in the Northern Group which was solely funded by the Adaptation Fund through the SRIC CC and implemented by Climate Change Cook Islands and ICT divisions of the Office of the Prime Minister and the Rauti Para Kumiti (NGO). We thank the Adaptation Fund, UNDP Samoa office and SRIC CC programme for solely funding this phase of the Rauti Para Tablet Training project for the islands of Rakahanga and Manihiki with implementing partners, Climate Change Cook Islands and ICT Divisions of the Office of the Prime Minister in conjunction with the Rauti Para Kumiti (NGO).

  • Northern Group Senior Students SRIC Climate Change Writing Workshop Report
    Aug 22, 2015

    The Te Maeva Nui event in July, where many of the outer island students congregate on Rarotonga, presented a great opportunity for Climate Change Cook Islands (CCCI) to host a week-long workshop.

  • Biofuel Feasibility Study - Kiritimati Island April 2012
    Aug 23, 2015

    The feasibility study undertaken by Gerhard H Zieroth, was to determine the available coconut resources in the Line group and analyze the technical, economic, social, institutional and environmental feasibility of producing coconut oil (CNO) on Kiritimati Island and use it as a fuel substitute in power generation and transport.