National capacity self assessment : Solomon islands : thematic assessment- United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity

National capacity self assessment : Solomon islands : thematic assessment- United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity
Abstract: 

The biodiversity of the Pacific region is recognised as being globally significant. The Solomon Islands was recently included into the famous "Coral Triangle", the area of ocean considered to have the highest marine biodiversity in the world. This includes the waters of the Philippines, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. The Solomon Islands Rainforest Ecoregion is recognised as "one of the world's great Centres of Plant Diversity"

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Record Id: 
74263