Critics worry that Nauru hoping to forge ahead with seabed mining may be counterproductive in relation to climate change
ADB supports the Government of Nauru to focus on improved resilience and sustainability.
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A study found while extreme heat from climate change caused bleaching among the less disturbed coral reefs, adapted near the more populated and polluted waters.
Some scientists suspect that disturbing ocean sediment could stir up long-sequestered carbon.
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.