New regulations to protect the natural environment by harmonising national contracts with conservation and preservation efforts.
Language to keep Kiribati rooted to their land and tradition while facing the challenges of climate change.
The Nauru Government’s two-year rule for deep sea mining has concerned environmental groups, but lawyers say what happens next is very unclear.
The Pacific Regional Civil Society groups say DeepGreen is the real beneficiary of the Nauru Government’s decision to trigger the start of seabed mining.
The International Seabed Authority has two years to finalise regulations governing the controversial industry after Nauru notified the UN body of plans to start mining.
Nauru President notified ISA about the mining plans to be carried out by a subsidiary of The Metals Co.
Climate advocates say the impact of climate change on food security and livelihoods in PICTs are worsening
The Taiyo Micronesia Corporation (TMC) has been charged with unlawful removal of shark fins.
The Kiribati island survived droughts due to sacred caves that captured rainfall but uncontrolled phosphate extraction ruined this precious resource
FSM President raised concern about Japan’s decision to release diluted nuclear waste water in the Pacific