The main theme for this conference is “Science for Sustainable Development”. The term Science is used here in its broadest sense and is inclusive of Technology and Traditional knowledge. The conference is multidisciplinary and aims to bring together academics and practitioners in the use or applications of Science for sustainable development. The conference aims to promote research in Science and provides a forum to bring together scientists to share and profile their research with a particular focus on the provision of solutions and pathways to sustainable development. This is particularly important and relevant within the context of the Pacific with its increasing risk and vulnerabilities and the numerous barriers hindering the realisation of sustainable development goals. General areas for topics include but are not limited to:

  1. Climate Change and Disaster Resilience
  2. Information and Communication Technologies
  3. Oceans
  4. Education
  5. Biodiversity
  6. Waste Management
  7. Agroforestry
  8. Food & Health
  9. Water Resources
  10. Sustainable Tourism

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Joint Press Release: Samoa Observer

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The conference will allow/include virtual participations from delegates who register but are unable to attend face to face.

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Faculty of Arts                                                            Current Students                                                               ICT                                                                                Planning

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Faculty of Education                                                  Student Support Services                                                  Human Resource

Faculty of Health Science

Faculty of Science

CENTRES      

Centre for Samoan Studies                                        

Oloamanu Centre

 

 

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