Climate envoy urged world leaders to act before the islands of 60,000 population disappear due to the effects of climate change
A new World Bank study provides alarming visual projections, together with adaptation options to assist the Marshall Islands in tackling rising sea levels
The Marshallese government is increasingly pressing U.S officials to take ownership for cleaning radioactive waste that they produced during Cold War at Runit Dome
The Marshall Islands is urging collective global action over both the climate crisis and the pandemic.
In “Our Ocean’s Promise: From Aspirations to Inspirations,” author Giff Johnson chronicles the history of fishing in the Marshall Islands, and forecasts an even more prosperous future.
Large parts of Pacific country’s capital would be permanently flooded and islands would disappear, according to new projections
RMI to focus on climate adaptation and mitigation financing at COP26 as funding pledged by developed nations to address climate impacts has been lacking
RMI to review Japan’s plans and actions related to the water discharge with internationally recognised task force members
Einwot Juon campaign to seek support from the communities to sign a petition in efforts to reduce the use of single-use plastic products
The RMI Environment Data portal will be actively used to store and share data during the update of the Marshall Islands State of Environment report