National policies and plans

2016

This plan sets out an innovative framework for action that brings together previously disconnected agendas that can be supported, and owned, by many different groups in the capital city of the Soloman Islands. The priority needs and responses have been

United Nations Human Settlements Programme - Headquarters Solomon Islands - government RMIT Global Cities Research Institute - Climate Change Adaptation Program
2012

This National Climate Change Policy is Solomon Islands' response to the challenges and opportunities that climate change presents. The objective of this policy is to provide a guiding framework to:

  1. integrate climate considerations and support the
Solomon Islands - government
2012

A declaration adopted by the Member States of the Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS) on September 27, 2012, on the sidelines of the 67th United Nations General Assembly, calling for urgent action to address the climate change crisis which Small

Alliance of Small Islands States
2009

This plan provides for the establishment of institutional arrangements for the Solomon Islands Government to address disaster risk management within the country. It includes both disaster management arrangements for preparing for, managing and recovering

Solomon Islands - government
1990

This act provides for the establishment, structure, organization, powers, functioning and responsibilities of the National Disaster Council of Solomon Islands.

Solomon Islands - government