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With the people of Carteret Islands declared as one of the first | 25-Apr-2017
The Attorney‑General and Minister for Climate Change Aiyaz Sayed‑Khaiyum has urged that priority be given to | 25-Apr-2017
SUVA, Fiji, April 21, 2017 (ENS) – Fiji and other island nations may leapfrog the developed countries, becoming models for a greater than sustainable future – a transformational future – one that cherishes the natural world while providing the resources that humanity needs and enjoys. | 24-Apr-2017
Guam’s coadjutor archbishop on Thursday said the social aspect of | 24-Apr-2017
Fiji’s preparations for its upcoming presidency at this year’s UN | 24-Apr-2017
This episode features Marshallese Anthropologist Kristina Stege talking about her community based research and advocacy related to | 24-Apr-2017
The National Parliament of Solomon Islands in partnership with the | 24-Apr-2017
The new ambassador of the Federative Republic of Brazil to Samoa presented his credentials to His Highness the Head of State, Tui Atua Tupua Tamasese Efi.
Mr. Paulo de Camargo was welcomed in an ava ceremony yesterday morning at the Head of State’s residence at Tuaefu.
| 12-Apr-2017
Nadi, Fiji - Accessing and utilizing global | 10-Apr-2017
The future we want cannot be demonstrated by rising sea levels which is already sinking some of our islands. | 10-Apr-2017
THE impact that climate change, poor soil management and indiscriminate littering has on rivers and seas were highlighted during the 2017-2018 National Budget consultation in Nadi yesterday. | 10-Apr-2017
THE | 05-Apr-2017
PORT VILA: Sweet potato is a stable food for over 70 percent of the Vanuatu population, most from rural areas - where they depend on traditional | 04-Apr-2017
Current El Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO) remains at neutral condition (condition that is not in El Nino nor La Nina but in between). | 31-Mar-2017
Fiji and Vanuatu are the two Pacific island countries that are featured as case studies in the new report by UNICEF titled ‘Thirsting for a Future: Water and Children in a Chang | 31-Mar-2017
A recent study by Cheng et al has found that the world’s ocean is warming 13% faster than we previously thought.  This new study corrected observed temperatures for known errors to gain a better agreement between Argo profiling floats and shipboard measurements in conjunction with new spatial interpolation techniques.  This allowed the researchers to gain a more comprehensive and more accurate | 31-Mar-2017
Solomon Island Meteorological Service (SIMS) put pen to paper to confirm a long term partnership with the Solomon Island Red Cross Society (SIRCS). | 31-Mar-2017
March 24, 2017 (Funafuti, Tuvalu) – Tuvalu Electricity Corporation (TEC) General Manager, Mafalu Lotolua, is a man on a mission to show the world that although Tuvalu’s emissions are negligible while the rising tides threaten to take their homes, Tuvalu is leading by example.  The island nation is playing their part to further reduce their | 31-Mar-2017
For Viva Tatawaqa and women like her, climate change is not a question of when. According to the activist from Fiji, it's a question of survival. | 30-Mar-2017
Members of the Media Association of Vanuatu are attending the | 30-Mar-2017
With the Earth’s temperature rising, a small island in the middle of the South Pacific Ocean sits at the frontier of complete encapsulation by the ocean’s rising sea levels.  | 30-Mar-2017
USD 9 million has been approved for the Federated States of Micronesia to help island communities reduce | 30-Mar-2017