A financial initiative to aid fishing communities of Melanesia against the impacts of climate change
Project to begin with risk assessments, surveys, and workshops to identify major climate threats on Melanesian fishing communities.
China is the major buyer of wood from PNG and Solomon Islands, that are implicated in illegal or unsustainable logging
The timber industry in Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands despite creating jobs has also resulted in pollution, environmental devastation and food insecurity
Natural forests spanning 1.1 million hectares (2.7 million acres) in Indonesia’s Papua region have been slated for conversion, mostly for oil palm plantations, according to a new report by a coalition of NGOs.
Rising sea and frequent flooding due to climate change affecting informal settlements in Solomons capital
Fishing Village is a living proof of battle for survival against climate change
How Covid-19 has impacted tourism in the Pacific
Covid-19 is an additional challenge for small Pacific island states on top of climate change issues
Coronavirus pandemic takes limelight from existing commitment toward climate change impact in the Pacific