NUKU’ALOFA-January 6: 2.52pm (R2R Media): Different communities around the Fanga’uta Lagoon Catchment area have received plant seedlings as part of the replanting programme of the Tonga Ridge To Reef (R2R) project.
NUKU’ALOFA-January 5: 4.12pm (R2R Media): Tonga is working on three national targets that would help achieve the reduction of pressure on our natural environments and resources while promoting their sustainable use.
NUKU’ALOFA-January 5: 3.23pm (R2R Media): The Tonga Ridge To Reef project worked with local artists last year in promoting the environment and climate change within the local community here on Tongatapu.
NUKU’ALOFA-January 4: 3.15pm (R2R MEDIA): Waste collection by the Waste Authority Limited team will continue, it has been confirmed.
NUKU’ALOFA-January 4: 12.06pm (R2R MEDIA): A 15-member Ridge To Reef (R2R) team from Nauru returned home last month with a lot of lessons learned from their one-week study tour of the Tonga R2R project.
NUKU’ALOFA-December 4: 11am (R2R Media): A “Stop Stray Pig” campaign is to start soon, covering the 26 villages in and around the Fanga’uta Lagoon Catchment Area, as part of the Ridge To Reef project.
NUKU’ALOFA-January 4: 10.10am (R2R Media): Mangrove replanting is a top priority for the “Ridge To Reef” project, under the Department of Environment here in Nuku’alofa.
NUKU’ALOFA – January 4: 9.56am (Ridge2Reef Media): The new Vai ko Felefonu eco-tourism project in Vaini, here in Tongatapu, was launched by the then Acting Prime Minister Lord Ma’afu on November 17 as part of a ‘Ridge To Reef’ management approach for the Fanga’uta Lagoon Catchment (FLC).
NUKU’ALOFA-December 27: 12.05pm (MEIDECC): A fire at Tapuhia Solid Waste Management Facility located at Vaini, Tongatapu has been brought under control.
Malo e lelei and welcome to the new web site of the Environment Department of the Government of Tonga. This is an official web site of the Government of the Kingdom of Tonga and will be launched officially in the new year. Malo ‘aupito.