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31 January 2018
CHANGES in the marine ecosystem and fish poisoning are the result of climate change in Fiji and the South Pacific.
| 06-Feb-2018
31st January 2018
Size usually speaks volumes when it comes to moxie. The United States, Russia, China and even Canada with its sprawling landscape, are countries we think of as having the ability to change political mindset.
But tiny New Zealand?
| 06-Feb-2018
30 January 2018
GOVERNMENT plans are in place to address flooding in Nadi and other preparatory works to reduce the impacts of climate change in Fiji.
| 06-Feb-2018
The rising acidity of the oceans threatens coral reefs by making it harder for corals to build their skeletons. | 06-Feb-2018
A high school in Tuvalu has won an international award which will help reduce its use of fossil fuels.
Motufoua Secondary School won the Oceania category in the Global High School section of this year's Zayed Future Energy Prize, a competition promoting energy solutions in Abu Dhabi.
| 06-Feb-2018
Fiji Broadcasting Corporation 29th January 2018 | 30-Jan-2018
Dateline Pacific 29th January 2018
Pacific people have learned about a variety of new technologies to fight mosquito-borne illnesses. (24-26 Jan). A conference in Auckland showcased new tools to help better manage disease carrying mosquitos and reduce related illnesses.
| 30-Jan-2018
Samoa Observer 27th January 2018
More than 15 women gathered at the Tanoa Tusital Hotel board room on Friday for the Women in Climate Change Roundtable symposium. 
| 29-Jan-2018
Fiji Times 28th January 2018 | 29-Jan-2018
Fiji Times, 26th January 2018 | 29-Jan-2018
Fiji Sun Online, 26th January, 2018
The vehicles will be given to the Western, Central and Northern Divisions for activities at the seven project sites.
| 29-Jan-2018
Fiji Sun Online 26th January 2018
New development initiatives, if unchecked, can pose harm to people and reduce the intended good.
| 29-Jan-2018
Fiji Times Friday, January 26, 2018 | 29-Jan-2018
AN ONLINE platform to facilitate the Talanoa Dialogue, touted by Fiji in Bonn, Germany last year as the best way to get the planet in a conversation about making the Paris Agreement a reality, went live yesterday. | 29-Jan-2018
Five of the world’s top 15 countries vulnerable to | 14-Dec-2017
SYDNEY - With ocean levels rising in recent decades due to the warming planet, one of the most direct effects has been on the residents of low-lying Pacific nations where coasts have been subsiding and some islands have disappeared. | 11-Dec-2017
When Cyclone Evan slammed into Samoa five years ago next week, it triggered the near-complete loss of power and | 11-Dec-2017