Medicinal Use of Plants Cook Islands 2016 or older
Cook Islands Protected Areas (PA) data from the World Database (WDPA). This dataset includes both tables and spatial data.
This is completely made up data.
Data on adaptation measures including access to rainwater tanks, food and live animals exported and imported and improved agriculture varieties. Also has information on monthly sea level rise in Rarotonga and other imported data which can help assess adaptation to Climate Change
FAO Statistics Import and Export Values 1961-2011 Cook Islands
Traditional leaders, Island Councils, communities and government have all contributed to the establishment and management of PAs. Most Cook Islands PAs are not covered by legislation, and the few that are legislated vary in their levels of protection. Only three of the 14 terrestrial PAs are covered by formal government-based legislations and regulations, which include the Suwarrow National Park Declaration, Takutea Island Regulations and Takuvaine Water Catchment Regulations.
Figure 113: Total finfish density inside reef, 2007. (PROCFish 2009)
Sea cucumber densities (count per area) from four islands in Cook Islands, 2013. (Rongo et al, 2014)
Figure 47: Dominant sources of GHGs in the Cook Islands, 2006. (Cook Islands Second National Communication under the UNFCCC, 2011)