TEEB South Pacific

 Fiji

 Kiribati

Solomon Islands

 Tonga

 Vanuatu

The living resources of the Pacific Ocean are part of the region’s rich natural capital. Marine and coastal ecosystems provide benefits for all people in and beyond the region. These benefits are called ecosystem services and include a broad range of values linking the environment with development and human well-being.

Yet, the natural capital of the ocean often remains invisible. Truly recognizing the value of such resources can help to highlight their importance and prevent their unnecessary loss. The MACBIO project provides technical support to the governments of Fiji, Kiribati, Solomon Islands, Tonga and Vanuatu in identifying and highlighting the values of marine and coastal resources and their ecosystem services. Once values are more visible, governments and stakeholders can plan and manage resources more sustainably, and maintain economic and social benefits of marine and coastal biodiversity in the medium and long term.

 

 

Fiji National Marine Ecosystem Service Valuation – Report

Fiji National Marine Ecosystem Service Valuation – Summary

 

 

Kiribati National Marine Ecosystem Service Valuation – Report

Kiribati National Marine Ecosystem Service Valuation – Summary

 

 

Solomon Islands National Marine Ecosystem Service Valuation – Report

Solomon Islands National Marine Ecosystem Service Valuation – Summary

 

 

 

Tonga National Marine Ecosystem Service Valuation – Report

Tonga National Marine Ecosystem Service Valuation – Summary

 

 

 

Vanuatu National Marine Ecosystem Service Valuation – Report

Vanuatu National Marine Ecosystem Service Valuation – Summary

 

 

More resources: http://macbio-pacific.info/macbio-resources/