Tag Archives: Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment

“Water is life! Its importance to economic, social and environment resilience is limitless, but we continue to see unsustainable development activities that impact and undermine the sustainability of this limited resource not only globally but nationally as well.”

‘Healthy Environment, Healthy People’ is the theme for Environment week 2016. For over twenty years, government has promoted environmental awareness and conservation measures in Samoa with campaigns encouraging community participation and engagement. This year’s theme emphasizes the important link between health and environment. “Through the Ministry of Environment, government has continuously conducted programmes and activities […]

Samoa was hit by Tropical Cyclone Amos on Saturday 23rd April 2016.
The Government’s response and recovery efforts is outlined in this media release and is based on information collected from multiple government agencies – namely the Disaster Advisory Committee’s reports to the National Disaster Council.

Press Release 17th February 2015 Today, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE) through ICCRIFS project is working with Conservation International to review the major scientific findings of their project on improving the resilience of upland forests of Samoa to climate change. Based on these findings, management plans will be produced for Lake Lanato’o […]