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The Pacific Network for Environmental Assessment (PNEA) aims to support government officials from Pacific island countries and territories who work with environmental impact assessment (EIA) and strategic environmental assessment (SEA).

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Stakeholder engagement.

It is important to workshop issues with stakeholders during the EIA process. Credit Greg Barbara

Multi-level stakeholder engagement is advised during any development

EIA training workshop, Solomon Islands. Credit Greg Barbara

Honiara Highway Project Solomon Islands. Credit Greg Barbara

New Coastal Tourism Development EIA Guidelines

Momi Bay Coastal Development (cover shot for guidelines). Photo credit Marriott Hotel Fiji

Sand mining, Futuna. Credit Pascale Salaun

Sand mining, Futuna. Credit Pascale Salaun

Pacific Islanders and SPREP attend IAIA19 in Brisbane.

IAIA19 Brisbane PICT delegation. Credit Greg Barbara

Water quality testing, Kiribati. Credit Carlo Iacovino

Water quality testing, Kiribati. Credit Carlo Iacovino

Underground sistern for rainwater storage designed into foundations of new buildings in Tuvalu; it is also important to have the site cleared of unexploded WWII munitions prior to construction. Credit Greg Barbara

Become a network member

Government officials from SPREP member countries are invited to join PNEA by clicking on the ‘Register’ tab.   

Request environmental assessment assistance

To request assistance with EIA or SEA please click on the ‘Request Assistance’ tab.  

Further information 

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