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Agriculture and forestry
Coastal fisheries and aquaculture
Water
Invasive species

The agroecological transition is underway to bring about farming, particularly organic, that is adapted to climate change and biodiversity-friendly, and forest resources are managed in an integrated and sustainable way.

The 4 expected outcomes and 9 activities to be carried out to achieve those goals are as follows:
Viable agroecological systems are validated technically and then shared, and barriers to organic agriculture are removed.

Agroecology and island climates:

Develop agroecology’s technical and economic bases by contributing to climate change mitigation and adaptation.

Crop/livestock farmers networks:

Network farms that are using ecological intensification practices.

Organic farming sector:

Remove barriers to organic agriculture and structure the sector in a sustainable manner.

An integrated forestry, agroforestry and coconut-grove management policy is developed and implemented.

Integrated participatory forestry, agroforestry and coconut-grove management plans:

Draft and approve participatory forestry, agroforestry and coconut-grove management plans.

Trees at the heart of farming practices:

Support innovative projects that integrate the use of trees.

Agroecological, forestry and coconut-grove products are promoted.

Farm to table:

Integrate agroecological and organic farming products into food systems, support the marketing and consumption of healthy local produce.

Developing wood and coconut products:

Support the development and marketing of products from local forests and coconut groves.

Cooperation both between the OCTs and between the OCTs and ACP countries is strengthened through operational, coordination and support mechanisms.

Territorial coordination and facilitation:

Ensure territorial coordination and support for action implementation: sign agreements with a “lead” agency and recruit territorial “Agriculture and Forestry facilitators to support exchanges and coordination between stakeholders in the territories, activity monitoring and implementation, and technical and financial reporting on the actions carried out.

Regional forestry and agroecology platform:

Set up a sustainable regional agroecology and forestry platform to make it possible to organise and share studies, training sessions and regional technical and economic information and to support agroecological and organic management approaches.

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Reef and lagoon resources and aquaculture are managed in a more sustainable and integrated manner suited to both island economies and climate change.

The theme is working on 9 activities leading to 4 expected outcomes:
Aquaculture techniques that are sustainably integrated into natural settings and suited to island economies are trialled and implemented at pilot scales and then transferred to the rest of the Pacific.

Aquacultural risk management and impact mitigation

Describe and reduce the environmental and health impacts of farming activities; prevent and manage the risks of introducing outside pathogens to fish farms.

Trial and optimise sustainable and resilient aquaculture models and then share them with operators:

Develop high-performance aquaculture models and healthy biological material; assist with their transfer to operators under real-life conditions.

Participatory management and integrated planning of exploited fishery resources are continued and strengthened.

Participatory integrated fishery resource management:

Support participatory integrated management systems for the sustainable use of reef and lagoon resources and build on the outcomes of the INTEGRE programme.

Enhanced knowledge and understanding of coastal fishery resources and data:

Acquire the scientific and technical information needed to understand the coastal resources exploited, make reliable data on harvest volumes and marketing sectors available and support the creation of coastal fishery monitoring centres.

Planning for coastal fishery and aquaculture activities:

Develop fishery/aquaculture master plans and promote zoning based on uses and environmental characteristics to ensure sustainable incomes from fishing and aquaculture.

Fishery and aquaculture products are developed as part of a sustainable development approach.

Lagoon to table:

Integrate coastal fishery and sustainable aquaculture products into food systems, support the marketing and consumption of healthy local products.

Sustainable use of uneaten sea products and by-products:

Help identify new income-generating opportunities and the use and marketing of products and by-products from reef and lagoon environments and aquaculture.

Cooperation both between the OCTs and between the OCTs and ACP countries is strengthened and made sustainable through operational, coordination and support mechanisms.

Territorial coordination and facilitation:

Ensure territorial coordination and support for action implementation: sign agreements with a “lead” agency and recruit territorial “Coastal Fishery and Aquaculture facilitators to support exchanges and coordination between stakeholders in the territories, activity monitoring and implementation, and technical and financial reporting on the actions carried out.

Regional fishery and aquaculture platform: 

Set up a regional coastal fishery and aquaculture platform designed to facilitate cooperation and dialogue, build capacity, and enhance the knowledge, management and development of coastal marine resources in the OCTs.

Water is managed in a more integrated and climate-change-adapted manner.

The 3 expected outcomes and 7 activities to be carried out to achieve those goals are as follows:
Water and aquatic environments are protected, managed and restored.

Manage and restore the health of bodies of water: 

Take actions to eliminate damage to watersheds that supply drinking water and restore water resources and aquatic environments.

Protect water and reduce pollution: 

Set up watershed protection areas (WPA), reduce pollution-causing activities within them and in problem areas using an integrated approach.

Resilience to water-related natural and man-made risks is strengthened.

Flooding:

Identify problem sites; develop risk management protocols and relevant preventative systems and structures.

Water shortages:

Manage the risk of droughts and strengthen water resources by managing its uses, controlling wastage, safeguarding current resources and developing new and alternative ones.

Health risks:

Develop and/or implement drinking water safety plans (WSP).

Cooperation both between the OCTs and between the OCTs and ACP countries is strengthened and made sustainable through operational, coordination and support mechanisms.

Territorial coordination and facilitation:

Ensure territorial coordination and support for action implementation: sign agreements with a “lead” agency and recruit territorial “Water facilitators to support exchanges and coordination between stakeholders in the territories, activity monitoring and implementation, and technical and financial reporting on the actions carried out.

Regional water platform:

Set up a regional water platform designed to strengthen related knowledge and management in the OCTs through the creation of a water-monitoring centre in each OCT and an umbrella OCT water-monitoring centre and through mentoring, training and holding regional workshops.

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Exotic invasive species are better managed to strengthen ecosystem-service and land-biodiversity protection, resilience and restoration.

The 3 expected outcomes and 6 activities to be carried out to achieve those goals are as follows:
Biosecurity is enhanced through the development of strategies and action plans to better prevent the introduction of invasives.

Border biosecurity:

Enhance border biosecurity capacities and tools.

Invasive species Pitcairn:

Develop Pitcairn’s exotic-invasive-species strategy and action plan and hold participatory workshops.

Mechanisms to monitor and manage certain exotic invasive animal and plant species are implemented to protect biodiversity and ecosystem services.

Monitoring and control:

Implement mechanisms to monitor and evaluate exotic-invasive-species and land-environment management measures.

Controlling exotic invasive:

Carry out species eradication operations along with actions to manage species and priority sites in the territories.

Cooperation both between the OCTs and between the OCTs and ACP countries is strengthened and made sustainable through operational, coordination and support mechanisms.

Territorial coordination and facilitation:

Ensure territorial coordination and support for action implementation: sign agreements with a “lead” agency and recruit territorial “Invasive Species facilitators to support exchanges and coordination between stakeholders in the territories, activity monitoring and implementation, and technical and financial reporting on the actions carried out.

Exotic invasive species platform:

Set up an inter-OCT exotic-invasive-species discussion platform; hold Pacific Invasive Learning Network workshops and carry out study and exchange visits between the OCTs and ACP countries.

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