Nauruans are a nation and an ethnic group indigenous to the Pacific island country of Nauru. They are most likely a blend of Micronesian, Melanesian and Polynesian ancestry. The origin of the Nauruan people has not yet been finally determined. It was probably seafaring or shipwrecked Polynesians or Melanesians, who established themselves there because there was not already an indigenous population present, whereas the Micronesians were already crossed with the Melanesians in this area. The Nauruans have two elements of their population: the native Micronesians and the Polynesians who had immigrated long before. The Micronesians are represented through coarse, dark …



SCBD: Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity · 13 November 2012 English

Nauruans will themselves be responsible for all aspects of rehabilitation and sustainable development, from the design and acceptance of the land use plan, the grading of the land and the polishing of

developed with maximum possible participation of all Nauruans. Biological rehabilitation will address the fields by and for the Nauruans that will restore and define the new Nauruan culture. Nauruans will themselves for the Convention and its principles. For us Nauruans, the necessity to rehabilitate and conserve the vital component of restoring and re-establishing Nauruans’ close link with the environment. Therefore it contribute to a sustainable quality of life for all Nauruans. B. Guiding Principles 1. Nauru’s Sovereign Right

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