INTEGRE's mission is to support local and territorial actions. Nine pilot sites, three in New Caledonia, three in French Polynesia, two in Wallis and Futuna and one in Pitcairn, were chosen by the territories to be the location for experiments or reinforcement of sustainable development projects based on integrated management and involving local stakeholders. These projects follow a framework, action plans, developed in close collaboration with local partners.

Project for the implementation of new forms of governance and a programme of development activities, it was developed and monitored by a large number of partners.


The South Pacific is made up of countries and territories with similar environmental and development issues. To reduce the islands' isolation and "bring the territories closer", several regional organizations have been created to host regional cooperation programmes and platforms.

- The Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) 





The Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) was born following the 1969 seminar on nature conservation. The outcome of this seminar led to the inclusion, in 1973, of a nature conservation programme within the SPC. As environmental issues became increasingly important for States and at the regional level, it was decided to establish SPREP in 1982 and to establish its headquarters in Apia, Samoa, in 1992. SPREP has 26 members, including 21 island countries and territories, and five developed countries with direct interests in the region: Australia, New Zealand, France, the United States and the United Kingdom (since 2012). The SPREP Strategic Plan is based on four priorities :

  • Climate change and integrated coastal management
  • Biological diversity and ecosystem-based management
  • Waste management and pollution control
  • Environmental monitoring and governance


 - The Pacific Islands Development Forum (PIDF)






The Pacific Islands Development Forum (PIDF), based in Suva, is a regional organisation as an initiative of the Fijian Government, following its exclusion from the Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) in 2009. The objective of the PIDF is to support the sustainable development of the Pacific Islands by facilitating :

  • Integration of the three pillars of sustainable development (environmental, social and economic) to balance continued economic growth and societal needs with environmental resilience
  • The use of tools and innovations related to the green economy, adaptation leadership and the establishment of sustainable partnerships


- South Pacific Tourism






The South Pacific Tourism (SPT) was established by a multilateral treaty in 1999 known as the South Pacific Tourism  Constitution. It is an intergovernmental organization focused on the South Pacific and composed of 17 Member States. SPT aims to promote the Pacific Islands as tourist destinations, far and unknown destinations, through improving air and sea access to the islands and promoting the cultural diversity of the Pacific region. In addition to tourism development, SPT has various objectives and contributes to improving the region's visibility as an environmental player by promoting sustainable development, raising global awareness of the region and developing ecotourism.

Since these objectives serve the development of tourism in the region through cooperation between the various Member States, the SPT plays a central role in the regional coordination of the tourism sector.

- Other organizations

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Other regional organizations exist such as the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) or the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) of Ecosoc (United Nations Economic and Social Council).

The main partners, members of the COPIL, were the governments of the 4 territories.










New - Caledonia

Wallis and Futuna

French Polynesia



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