A direct internet link to the profile of language of the Solomon Islands with respect to their status to language development versus language endangerment.
Time series data showing annual number of reported cases of non-communicable disease 2013-2017.
This dataset is related to the "Traditional Diet" indicator. This indicator assesses the role of traditional diets, in particular their contribution to human health. In the survey report on food security conducted in Honiara City Market the main groups of dietary diversity found were: Beans/Legumes, Fruits, Gourds, Leafy Greens, Nuts, Root Vegetables, Poultry and Seafood. Most fruits are sourced from East and West Guadalcanal, followed by Savo Island, however Fruit from Nggela is heavier. Seafood is mostly coming from ‘Other’ places, including Western Province. T
The preliminary report on "Food Security in Solomon Islands: A survey of Honiara central market (HCM)" is an important contribution to understanding the role of the HCM in both linking rural and urban economies, especially with respect to the roles of women, as well as providing data on produce source, volume and dispersion of fresh agricultural produce throughout the greater Honiara area.
Graphic representation of the greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture and its sub-sectors in the Solomon Islands from 1990 - 2016 as recorded on the FAO statistics.
A dissertation that delves into Solomon Islands’ energy sector, and attempts to find reason behind the lack of government policy or programs targeted at encouraging private renewable energy generation, particularly in rural grid-connected areas.
In response to Resolution 7 of the UNEA 1, the document herein is based on research that UNEP conducted in 2015, which describes country-level policies that impact air quality in the Solomon Islands.
Direct internet link to Solomon Island's Ozone Consumption data (2011 - 2017) as tracked by the Ozone Secretariat online portal of the UNEP office. The level of ODS consumption was reported to the Montreal Protocol.
The content of this brochure is the result of a collaborative effort between the Solomon Islands meteorological Service and the Pacific-Australia Climate Change Science and Adaptation Planning (PACCSAP) Program – a component of the Australian Government’s International Climate Change Adaptation Initiative. It contains a summary of climate projections for the Solomon Islands.
Excel file with multiple worksheets and graphs summarising the status and threats to IUNC red-listed flora and fauna in the Solomon Islands. Accessed from IUCN red list October 2018.
Data on tuna catch and by-catch provided to the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission. Data span the period 2013-2017.
Presented to the 3rdConsultation Workshop on Historical Annual Forest and Land Use Change Assessment and Forest Reference Level in the Solomon Islands Kitano Mendana Hotel, Honiara, Solomon Island 03rd July, 2018.
A time series data showing annual number of cyclones passing within 400km on Honiara. In the 41-year period between 1969 and 2010, 41 tropical cyclones passed within 400 km of Honiara, an average of one cyclone per season (Figure 3). Thenumber of cyclones varies widely from year to year, with none in some seasons but up to five in others. Over the period 1969–2010, cyclones occurred more frequently in El Niño years.
Data extracted from the PCCSP report, 2011