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A two-day regional meeting for the Pilot Programme for | 24-Feb-2017
In late January, a joint SPREP and | 24-Feb-2017
The El Niño Southern Oscillation (or ENSO) conditions have returned to neutral (condition where it is not La Niña nor El Niño; but in between) during January 2017, and that ENSO-neutral is the most likely condition through May 2017. | 23-Feb-2017
The “Pacific Islands Meteorological Services in Action” Compendium which was compiled by SPREP-FINPAC Project in partnership with | 23-Feb-2017
The Small Islands Developing States championed the cause of the oceans in the new Sustainable Development Goals, led by the Pacific, and successfully fough | 23-Feb-2017
The Pacific | 23-Feb-2017
The people of Kiribati are working to take action against | 23-Feb-2017
The Regional Technical Support Mechanism (RTSM) is proud to have played a pivotal role in the recently approved, GCF USD 23Million grant for the | 23-Feb-2017
To help Fijian scientists track oceanic climate change for their islands in the sun, Cornell’s Bruce Monger unveils eyes in the sky: satellite remote sensing. | 22-Feb-2017
GCU: The new Czech Republic’s non-resident Ambassador to Solomon Islands, His Excellency Martin Pohl says he is keen to broaden ties with Solomon Islands when he met Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare today (Tuesday 21st February). | 22-Feb-2017
A TRAINING event for forestry officers beginning tomorrow will help the Department of | 22-Feb-2017
Tonga will host a regional conference to discuss whale conservation in the Pacific.The three day event will run from April 4-6, to be attended by delegates from around the Pacific as well as conservationists.  | 22-Feb-2017
With the threat of rising sea levels, the people of Kiribati, a nation on an island in the pacific ocean, are attempting to relocate with pride. | 22-Feb-2017
Fiji must embrace all perspectives of renewable energy to ensure a holistic development of all sectors. | 21-Feb-2017
New research has shown that droughts and flooding rain | 20-Feb-2017
The Prime Minister of Singapore, H.E. Lee Hsien Loong, has confirmed that he will attend the APEC Papua New Guinea 2018 Leaders’ Summit in Port Moresby next year.
The confirmation was given by Singapore’s Prime Minister at a meeting with Papua New Guinea’s Foreign Affairs and Immigration Minister, Hon. Rimbink Pato, in Singapore.
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Global warming has already increased the risk of major disruptions to Pacific rainfall, according to our research published in Nature Communications. The risk will continue to rise over coming decades, even if global warming during the 21st century is restricted to 2℃elcius. | 14-Feb-2017
THE | 10-Feb-2017
Working in close collaboration, the Government of Tonga, the | 10-Feb-2017
WOMEN leaders in climate change from around the region gathered in Suva last week for the Pacific Women's | 09-Feb-2017