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 Solomon Islands Ministry of Environment, Climate Change, Disaster Management and Meteorology

The ‘drive hunting’ of dolphins has a long history in the Solomon Islands, specifically at the island of Malaita. In 2010, the most active village, Fanalei, suspended hunting in exchange for financial compensation from an international non-governmental organization but resumed hunting again in early 2013. This dataset hosts a report on a visit to Fanalei in March 2013 to document the species and number of dolphins killed in the renewed hunting.

 Solomon Islands Ministry of Environment, Climate Change, Disaster Management and Meteorology

**Project : AULUTA OIL PALM PROJECT, EAST MALAITA (AULUTA BASIN & EAST FATALEKA)**

Land use planning assessments is important in that it visualizes landscape and environment features of sites including soils and population pressure on the use of land. Helps decision making at multiple levels in projects planning: at the national, provincial, constituency, ward, community and tribal levels, corresponding to the levels of governance at which decisions about land use are formalized.

 Solomon Islands Ministry of Environment, Climate Change, Disaster Management and Meteorology

A GIS Remote Sensing mapping on Rhinoceros beetle infested location spread in Malaita Province Solomon Islands. This mapping activity helps Ministry of Agriculture for decision making to fight or control the spread of the dangerous beetle.

 Solomon Islands Ministry of Environment, Climate Change, Disaster Management and Meteorology

Under the MESCAL project, the objectives of this assessment are to;

* Improve understanding of mangrove ecosystem functions, values, key threats, and processes at a local and regional scale;

* Provide a standardized method to assess shoreline mangrove condition and change over time;

* Generate community awareness of mangroves and encourage local environmental stewardship;

* Conduct a rapid and representative survey of fish and mobile crustacean assemblages;