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Impacts of Climate Change on Agriculture and Food Security : RMI Case Study

The Republic of the Marshall Islands Environmental Protection Authority (RMIEPA) was created in 1984, with the mandate to preserve and improve the quality of the environment. In 1987 the Authority was combined with the National Environmental Sanitation office. The EPA operates as a government funded statutory authority with ties to the Ministry of Health and Environment. Serving today as the nation’s primary agency for environmental protection, the RMIEPA’s duties encompass the areas of nature conservation, waste disposal, public sanitation, public and marine water quality monitoring and environmental education. During the years since RMI's independence, significant progress has been made in establishing regulatory programs focussing on monitoring of development activities, monitoring the quality of marine and public water systems and public sanitation.

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Formerly know as the Office of Environmental Planning and Policy Coordination, the Climate Change Directorate has been charged to lead Climate Change work in the Republic.


A study on the impacts of climate change on agriculture and food security of the Republic of the Marshall Islands

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Publisher Marshall Islands Environmental Protection Authority (RMIEPA), Climate Change Directorate
Modified 25 June 2021
Release Date 25 June 2021
Homepage URL
Identifier 41b827a6-3f31-4229-8b60-f3166d5ff5fd
Spatial / Geographical Coverage Location Republic of the Marshall Islands
Language English
License Public
[Open Data]
Author Muliagatele Joe Reti
Contact Name Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nation
Contact Email [email protected]