RESEARCH

Water Quality and Sanitation in Papua New Guinea

Water Quality and Sanitation in Papua New Guinea

Image source: UNICEF 2018 Papua New Guinea’s population has some of the poorest access to clean water in the world. The nation ranks at the bottom of all Pacific countries for water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) related statistics, which pertain to clean water, water...

Rising Sea Levels in Papua New Guinea – A Brief Overview

Rising Sea Levels in Papua New Guinea – A Brief Overview

Image source: click here Climate change is an extremely serious issue affecting our planet and it has caused global sea levels to rise. Rising sea levels especially threaten lowland communities, coasts and islands- Papua New Guinea being one of them. Rising sea level...

Papua New Guinea Mining: Place, Space, Power and Projects

Papua New Guinea Mining: Place, Space, Power and Projects

Image source: click here The Mining Situation in Papua New Guinea The highlands of Papua New Guinea have been open to mining activities since the 1980s.The industry has significantly contributed to the growth of Papua New Guinea’s economy, as according to World...

The Kamiali Wildlife Management Area

The Kamiali Wildlife Management Area

Image source: click here The Kamiali Wildlife Management Area is a 69,000 hectare reserve located on the Huon Gulf Coast, 60km southeast of Lae, Papua New Guinea (Lonely planet; Bein, Janelle, Warf & Hansen 2004). The reserve was registered as a wildlife...