This publication synthesises a wide diversity of intofmration on economic pressures on the coastal sector, highlighting examples of impacts and providing a rationale for their responses, all from an economic perspective.
This book addresses the economic component of ecologically sustainable development in the Pacific. It is primarily concerned with the role that conventional economic issues plays in the viability of natural resource and environmental projects in the Pacific.
The January 2009 floods in Fiji were reported as the worst in the history of the country since the 1931 floods. Many parts of the country were affected by a number of consecutive flood events that spread over several days.