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This report is specific to the energy situation of the Marshall Islands

The National Environment Management Strategy 2017–2022 is a commitment by the Republic of the Marshall Islands to conserve and improve its environment for current and future generations

The forest resource assessment of RMI conducted by the Forestry Department of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2010

a survey of mangrove resources of Ailuk atoll

Republic of the Marshall Islands Intended Nationally Determined Contribution 2015

A report that was prepared with recommendation presented to the Food and Agriculture Organization

The NSP is designed as a framework to coordinate the articulated medium term development goals and
objectives of the RMI government at the national level

This review attempts to identify gaps and then make recommendations for relevant legislation to improve and/or clarify existing ones and improve protection/management of marine turtle

Final Technical report on the review of the RMI Fisheries legislation as so as to align with regional and international best practice and provide the necessary framework towards ensuring that fisheries resources are managed sustainably and in the best long term interests of the people of the Marshall Islands.

policy framework that will guide the development of adaptation and energy security measures that respond to the needs of the RMI, and foster an environment in which the RMI can be better prepared to manage current climate variability and future climate projections.

RMI's National Compliance Action Plan for Phasing out ODS 2001

Under the Montreal Protocol, RMI maximum allowable ozone depleting substances consumption are recorded herein

Consumption of CFCs has remained reasonably constant in RMI since 1993. The data set out herein was collected by the international consultant on his visit to RMI. Data before 1995 is not considered reliable and is only an estimate of consumption at that time

Pacific Climate Change Science Program (PCCSP) Current and future climate RMI 2011