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 Department of Environment, Tonga

Snapper fishery catch data by species 2013-2017. Source: Fisheries Division.

 Department of Environment, Tonga

Inshore fishery catch data by region and fish family. Source: Fisheries Division.

 Department of Environment, Tonga

Offshore dumping data across Pacific Island EEZ's.

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 Department of Environment, Tonga

Marine pollution in the Pacific. Regional data

 Department of Environment, Tonga

Monitoring reports for Fanga'uta Lagoon, Tongatapu.

 Department of Environment, Tonga

Information on Tonga's oceanscape.

 Department of Environment, Tonga

Gathered annually by the Department of Environment on bio-physical parameters.

 Department of Environment, Tonga

This EIA report had been prepared for the major development and upgrade of the inter-island domestic wharf located in Tongatapu Island.

 Department of Environment, Tonga

MACBIO is a project that supports sustainable economies and livelihoods of Pacific Island Countries by strengthening institutional and individual capacity, to manage and conserve biodiversity in marine and coastal ecosystems. The project was commissioned by BMUB to GIZ as part of IKI, jointly implemented by SPREP, IUCN and GIZ from 2013 to 2018.

This dataset holds all MACBIO-related resources pertaining to Tonga as one of the participating countries.

 Department of Environment, Tonga

For the Ninth Pacific Islands Conference on Nature Conservation and Protected Areas December 2013, Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) commissioned an assessment of the status of biodiversity and conservation in Oceania. This report assesses the overall state of conservation in Tonga using 16 indicators.

*this report wasn't published but was sent to country for checking (2013)* - to be used for the Regional SOE initiative 2019

 Department of Environment, Tonga

The development of the haul out and storage facility, especially catering to the requirements of visiting yachts and locally based commercial boats in the Vaipua area on the outskirts of Neiafu, Vava’u.

This EIA is therefore primarily concerned with development activities including the construction of a slipway (92m by 6m) and land clearance of surrounding vegetation as well as specific operational activities with potential negative environmental impacts.

 Department of Environment, Tonga

Final draft document of the national water and coastal management plan for Vavau

 Department of Environment, Tonga

The Tonga Fisheries Sector Plan (TFSP) is a framework for increasing the sustainable shared benefits for the
Kingdom from optimal use of its living marine resources.

 Department of Environment, Tonga

Final draft SoE professionally with professional layout for final review.

 Department of Environment, Tonga

This is part of the "Preparation of Diagnostic Study to Inform an Integrated Coastal Management Plan for Tongatapu, Tonga" - this document represents Deliverable 3 : Coastal Characteristics and Issues Report

 Department of Environment, Tonga

The Tonga State of the Environment 2018 report has been developed to answer three key questions related
to the environment of Tonga, and is based on seven thematic areas:
• What is the current condition of the Tongan environment?
• What are the risks the Tongan environment faces and what measures have been put forward to minimise them? This could provide lessons for Tonga.
• Where is the environment of Tonga headed based on the assessed thematic areas?

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 Department of Environment, Tonga

Between September 10, 2013 – October 3, 2013 the Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation conducted a
research mission to Tonga, focusing on coral reefs surrounding the islands in the Ha'apai group (Sep 11-21),
Vava'u (Sep 22-28) and Niuaatoputapu (Sep 29-Oct 1). The mission included coral reef assessments, coral reef
research, habitat mapping, and educational activities. The objectives of the mission were to:

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 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme

The World Database on Protected Areas (WDPA) is the most comprehensive global database of marine and terrestrial protected areas, updated on a monthly basis, and is one of the key global biodiversity data sets being widely used by scientists, businesses, governments, International secretariats and others to inform planning, policy decisions and management.

 Department of Environment, Tonga

This vulnerability assessment provides evidence for the Government of Tonga and the people of Lifuka Island to make informed decisions about adapting to coastal erosion and sea-level rise. This project also aimed to be a blueprint for other low-lying nations considering adaptation options.