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Value of nature: Papua New Guinea's biodiversity a win-win for people and planet

The importance of accounting for biodiversity and ecosystem services for future economic and environment sustainability is growing globally with Papua New Guinea now joining these efforts.  

Celebrating World Wildlife Day in Papua New Guinea

World Wildlife Day, on 3 March, is an opportunity to celebrate Papua New Guinea’s exceptional wildlife, and the forests that sustain our people and Planet.  

UNDP in Papua New Guinea February 2021 Newsletter

February 2021 edition of the UNDP Papua New Guinea newsletter.  

“Now it’s unpredictable” - Young people facing Climate Change in Papua New Guinea

Growing up on an island, Kim Allen is acutely aware of climate change  

Climate Change action reaches Bougainville

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Papua New Guinea, in partnership with the Climate Change and Development Authority (CCDA), continues to drive national climate action for remote…  

FCPF Final Evaluation Report

Funded by the World bank and implemented by UNDP from 2015 to 2020 (in two phases), the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF) REDD+ Readiness Project aimed at getting Papua New Guinea ready for…  

Papua New Guinea Launches its Second Nationally Determined Contribution

A milestone achievement has been reached for the Papua New Guinea (PNG) national government, development partners and stakeholders with the launch of the country’s second Nationally Determined…  

UNDP supports Government deliver innovative conservation financing solutions

Papua New Guinea’s biodiversity is unique. It faces however many challenges, among them, how to best ensure sustainable financing for conservation efforts.  

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