Fiji’s 6th National Report was compiled in collaboration between Fijian Government Agencies, Non-Government Organisations, Scientists, Resource Owners, Community Groups, the Private Sector and Academic Institutions with financial support from the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP).


The 6thNational Report to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) reports on Fiji’s achievements and progress towards our national targets as set out in Fiji’s current National Biodiversity Strategy Action Plan (NBSAP) 2020-2025and Fiji’s contribution towards the Global CBD Strategy 2011 –2020 as required under Article 26 of the CBD. There are six national targets that Fiji has set to guide the national commitments and actions towards achieving both our national and the global targets. These are Improving Our Knowledge (IK), Protected Areas Management (PA), Species Management (SM), Management of Invasive Species (MIS), Enabling Environment and Mainstreaming (EEM) and Sustainable Use and Development(SUD). The report attempts to present a national status report of our overall national progress towards meeting our national and global target and reflects our collaborations as a nation to achieve these targets. It also acknowledges the contribution from the broader community and individual commitments and achievements in biodiversity conservation and in maintaining a healthy Fijian environment.

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