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Protected areas vital for our future

Wednesday 27 June 2018 | Published in Environment

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Protected areas vital for our future
Participants gather for a group photo at the BIOPAMA meeting. 18062214

Earlier this month, a number of Pacific Island protected area managers gathered in Samoa for the Inception Workshop of the BIOPAMA (Biodiversity And Protected Area Management Programme) Phase Two. Liam Kokaua from Te Ipukarea Society was fortunate to be able to attend this meeting, alongside Elizabeth Munro (National Environment Service) and Kevin Iro (Marae Moana).

Earlier this month, a number of Pacific Island protected area managers gathered in Samoa for the Inception Workshop of the BIOPAMA (Biodiversity And Protected Area Management Programme) Phase Two. Liam Kokaua from Te Ipukarea Society was fortunate to be able to attend this meeting, alongside Elizabeth Munro (National Environment Service) and Kevin Iro (Marae Moana).


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