Mauritius expertise to back Commonwealth fight for coral reefs
03 July 2018
The Republic of Mauritius will share valuable marine protection know-how with other Commonwealth countries, using the Commonwealth Blue Charter as a platform to exchange best practices, collaborate on research, and carry out training workshops.
Seychelles leader commends Commonwealth ocean approach
02 July 2018
The president of the Seychelles, Danny Faure, has credited the Commonwealth for propelling his island country forward as an advocate for ocean issues and climate change.
Scholarships on offer to Commonwealth member states
13 June 2018
Officials working for Commonwealth governments are being invited to apply for five scholarships to help their country.
Climate experts mark World Environment Day with event in Antigua and Barbuda
08 June 2018
Youth has an increasingly crucial role to play in reducing pollution and protecting our planet, said the Antigua and Barbuda Minister of Health and Environment, Molwyn Joseph, at an event to commemorate World Environment Day.
Introducing the Commonwealth Blue Charter
21 May 2018
The world’s ocean is essential to life on our planet. It provides our largest source of oxygen and protein and absorbs around a quarter of our carbon dioxide emissions. Billions of people depend on it for their livelihoods.
Leaders applaud Commonwealth Blue Charter ocean action
20 April 2018
Commonwealth leaders today agreed on a bold, co-ordinated push to protect the ocean from the effects of climate change, pollution and over-fishing.
Commonwealth Blue Charter to be put on world trade stage
08 December 2017
On Monday, the Commonwealth and the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) will join forces at the World Trade Organisation’s Ministerial Conference in Buenos Aires.