SOPAC Compendium Project
SOPAC Compendium Project
 Compendium
Digital collection of the entire body of knowledge of CCOP/SOPAC from 1972 to 2010

Listing Projects - Activity Type of Conference/Forum (37)

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TitleDescriptionCategoryTypeProject Year
Energy mission to the Federated States of Micronesia and the 12th pacific power association conference and trade exhibition in Palau FSM National Government, the Pohnpei State Energy Office and the Pohnpei Utility Corporation discussed on energy activities particularly on the formulation of a national energy policy. Energy (E) Conference/Forum 2003
Pacific Power Association (PPA) Annual Conference Participation at Annual Conference. Presentation prepared and delivered. New information gathered. Conference summary report prepared. Energy (E) Conference/Forum 2003
Pacific Power Association (PPA) Annual Conference (1). Participation at the Annual Conference. (2). Presentation prepared and delivered. (3). Conference Summary report prepared. (4). New Information gathered. Energy (E) Conference/Forum 2006
Pacific Water Association Annual Conference Support provided to PWA through participation in Annual General Meeting and related events such as the Pacific Partnership activities. Water and Sanitation (WS) Conference/Forum 2006
Pacific Water Association Annual Conference Participation at Annual Conference. Presentation prepared and delivered. New information gathered. Conference summary report prepared. Water and Sanitation (WS) Conference/Forum 2003
Dialogue on Water & Climate (DWC) The preparation for and the presentation of Pacific Water & Climate Issues & Actions at Kyoto 3WWF. Water and Sanitation (WS) Conference/Forum 2003
Pacific Water Association Annual Conference Support provided to PWA through participation in Annual General Meeting and related events. Water and Sanitation (WS) Conference/Forum 2005
Pacific Power Association (PPA) Annual Conference SOPAC participated at 16th Pacific Power Association (PPA) Conference held in Majuro, Marshall Islands and hosted by the Marshall Energy Company (MEC) from 6 to 10 August, 2007. Presentation prepared and delivered. Energy (E) Conference/Forum 2007
24th Pacific Islands Environment Conference (PIEC) 2005 The global water community acknowledged the special vulnerability and particular needs of small islands by the inclusion of "Water in Small Islands Countries" as a special theme at the 3rd World Water Forum that was held in Kyoto 2003. SOPAC and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) jointly led this ‘Water in Small Island Countries Session’ as well as its preparation through a regional consultation in the Pacific (Sigatoka, Fiji Islands, 2002). A major outcome of the consultation was the Pacific Regional Action Plan on Sustainable Water Management (Pacific RAP), which details priority actions of the water sector in the region. This action plan, endorsed by 18 island countries has been incorporated into a Water Partnership Initiative submitted to the UN Commission for Sustainable Development (CSD). The objective of the Partnership is to facilitate the implementation of the Pacific Regional Action Plan on Sustainable Water Management, inclusive of its sister strategies, the Pacific Wastewater Policy and Framework for Action, as well as the Pacific Drinking Water Quality & Health Framework for Action, as effectively as possible. Uncategorised (UC) Conference/Forum 2005
Intergovernmental Conference on Climate Change and Sea Level Rise The Intergovernmental Conference on Climate Change and Sea Level Rise that was held in Majuro, 16-20th July, resulted from an initial SPREP meeting held in 1987 to establish and assess the impact of sea-level rise on the South Pacific nations.Individual countries were to carry out impact studies on their individual areas and a report be made on the actual problems they face. UNEP gave assistance to help in the planning for contingencies of sea-level rise. The purpose of the meeting was two fold: 1) to present the results of research conducted by the ASPEI scientists into the impact of sea-level rise on the environments of the South Pacific nations, and 2) to formulate further plans for counteracting the effects of a sea-level rise on a national and regional level. Coastal Processes (CP) Conference/Forum 1989
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