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The inaugural Clean Pacific Roundtable was held in Suva, Fiji in July 2016.

It was a successful event which attracted more than 100 stakeholders in the waste sector of the Pacific.  An Outcome Statement was released after the event outlining the priorities in the sector. This statement was noted during the 27th Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) Meeting held in Niue in September 2016.

What is the purpose?

Implement and monitor progress of the Cleaner Pacific 2025 by providing a vehicle to:

  • Facilitate networking and dialogue amongst waste management stakeholders in the Pacific region

  • Improve donor coordination

  • Mobilise technical and financial resources

  • Develop monitoring and reporting methods

Our Objectives

  • Collate further stakeholder input and develop an Resolution/Statement of future prioritized activities to ensure the CP2025 Implementation Plan can be delivered 

  • Promote improved understanding of gaps and opportunities within the region and support the mobilization of technical and financial resources to fill gaps in waste and pollution management

  • Promote the establishment of new waste management networks

  • Engage with existing regional networks in the waste and pollution sector to support improved coordination of actions

  • Agree upon the date, location and focus for the next CPRT 

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