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Pacific Regional Environment Programme

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The Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) is an intergovernmental organisation based in Apia, Samoa with more than 90 staff members. The organisation is held accountable by the governments and administrations of the Pacific region to ensure the protection and sustainable development of the region's natural resources. The organisation actively promotes the understanding of the connection between Pacific island people and their natural environment and the impact that these have on their sustenance and livelihoods. The organisation was established in 1982. Previously "South Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP)", the word "South" was replaced with "Secretariat" in 2004, in recognition of the Members north of the equator. The French equivalent name is PROE, Programme régional océanien de l’environnement.

Link: SPREP

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Members, Observers and other participations

Full members Observers Special members
American Samoa    
Australia    
Cook Islands    
Fiji    
France    
French Polynesia    
Great Britain    
Guam    
Kiribati    
Marshall Islands    
Micronesia    
Nauru    
New Caledonia    
New Zealand    
Niue    
Northern Mariana Islands    
Palau    
Papua New Guinea    
Samoa    
Solomon Islands    
Tokelau    
Tonga    
Tuvalu    
United States of America    
Vanuatu    
Wallis & Futuna    

 

 

 


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