Science stocktake for NAP
Reports submitted by the RMI to the UN Human Rights Council.
Jaluit Atoll Ramsar Information Sheet, 2003.
Outrigger Canoes, Social Change, and Modern Life in the Marshall Islands. 2010.
Copies of the "confidential" letter endorsing national documents.
This dataset provides a direct internet link to RMI data hosted on the GBIF records.
Protected areas of the Marshall Islands. Data sourced from: IUCN and UNEP-WCMC (2018), The World Database on Protected Areas (WDPA) [On-line], [July 2018]. Cambridge, UK: UNEP-WCMC. Available at: www.protectedplanet.net.
Historical rainfall data from the Climate Change Knowledge Portal, World Bank Group
Rural and urban population 1990 - 2017, FAOSTAT (website: http://www.fao.org/faostat/en/#country/127)
The data is extracted from JICA work in Majuro.
Pictures were provided by SPREP
This report was submitted 2 years after deadline
these road were mapped in 1988- not updated - to be removed
Rainfall historical data
This dataset contains the strategy and action plan (2016 - 2021) for national invasive species of the Marshall Islands
Information regarding species only found in RMI and are a particular concern due to their limited geographic range
RMI legislations, acts and documents linking/supporting the alignment of RMI NAP to the UNCCD.
direct internet link to data related to bird species of RMI on the BirdLife International portal
Warming trends were evident in both annual and half year mean air temperatures since 1955 at Majuro. The frequency of warm days has increased. Data herein are records of the extreme minimum and extreme maximum daily and monthly temperature recorded for RMI from 1955 - 2014 that were further explained in page 47 of the SOE, 2016
The Forest Inventory and Analysis program collected, analyzed, and summarized field data on 44 forested field plots for the 10 largest atoll groups in the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI). This dataset is an estimated total of tree species mix based and it includes native forest, agro-forest and coconut plantations.
This legal review has been written to provide an overview of the legal aspects of environmental management issues facing the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI), steps that have been taken to tackle these issues and the weaknesses and gaps that remain.