The NDS 2016-2035 maps out a strategic direction for the future development of Solomon Islands.
The Solomon Islands State of Environment (SoE) Report presents an overview across seven thematic areas:
Culture and Heritage, Atmosphere and Climate, Coastal and Marine, Freshwater Resources, Land, Biodiversity
and Built Environment. The report uses the ‘Drivers, Pressures, State, Impact and Response’ (DPSIR) model
to describe the environment. As far as possible the report is based on quantitative data relating to the state of
the environment, supplemented by stakeholder input to describe causal relationships and environmental effects.
The report presents:
The Solomon Islands State of Environment Report 2019 has reached the approval stage by the Solomon Islands cabinet and is envisaged to be tabled in parliament within the next few months. The report was led and developed by the Ministry of Environment, Climate Change, Disaster Management and Meteorology (MECDM) and the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme with contributions from other government ministries and NGOs.
A list of international and regional multilateral environmental agreements in which each of the Pacific Island country is a party/signatory of. This is useful for SPREP activities and planning
Dataset containing all published State of Environment Reports for Solomon Islands in the previous years and the current draft 2018.
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
his graph shows the profile of languages in Solomon Islands with respect to their status of language development versus language endangerment. Each individual language that has an entry for Solomon Islands is included in the profile. Adapted from https://www.ethnologue.com/profile/SB
Maps, spreadsheets, publications and reports on protected areas in Solomon Islands, comprising both marine and terrestrial areas.
State party reports, documents, maps and publications of the East Rennell Lake Tengano World Heritage Area as inscribed by the World Heritage Convention in 1998.
Here is all the public environment reports for prescribed developments in the Solomon Islands
Maps, reports, publications, pictures, spreadsheet, charts of the Coral Triangle Initiative on coral reefs, fisheries and food security (CTI-CFF) national work program from 2008-2013
This contains awareness materials,presentations and promotional materials in the form of photographs, posters, brochures, pull up frame banners, videos and reports.