The Pacific Island region is home to over half the world’s species of cetaceans, whales and dolphins, including some of the least known, and as such members of the Secretariat of the Pacific Environment Programme (SPREP) agreed to focus their activities in 2016 and 2017 on a targeted regional campaign on whales. The ‘Protect Pacific […]
On Friday 22nd, the 2+2=4 Elementary school from Tahiti has been rewarded by the mayor of Punaauia Ronald TUMAHAI. Represented by their director Patricia TERIITERAAHAUMA, the school has received the “ECO-ECOLE” label, an environmental label dedicated for sustainable actions held in their establishment. After a ceremony full of stone emotions (local dances, congratulations…), the different school-children have […]
Charlotte is a student at the University of French Polynesia. She’s doing a second degree master in marine biology called ” Insular Ecosystems of Oceanic”. In the context of her 6 months of internship, she’s managed by the CRIOBE (Insular Research Center and Observatory of the Environment) and the te mana o te moana’s foundation. […]
On October 18th, humpback whales offered a beautiful sight into the harbor of Papeete – Tahiti. That were 5 adultes and one calf that stayed for the day into the harbor. We remember you by the way that cetaceans are protected by the French Polyesian Gouvernement through a Sanctuary held in 2002 and the Environment […]
If you would like to make your chilren learn about cetaceans, discover the below website with is an amazing world of games about their anatomy, origins, way of life in a funny way. Click here to find out the “Amazing cetaceans” website.