Solomon Islands Biodiversity and Land Degradation
Safeguarding Solomon Islands' endemic and globally threatened biodiversity and ecosystem services from key threats, particularly invasive alien species and unsustainable land use practices. The initiative aims to safeguard the country's indigenous species and ecosystems from invasive alien species, land degradation, unsustainable resource use and climate-induced risks through effective government enabling and capacity, community participation and resilient blue/green livelihoods.
UNDP, as the implementing agency, is supporting the Solomon Islands Ministry of Environment, Climate Change, Disaster Management and Meteorology to roll out the initiative.
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