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
USAID assistance will help FSM and Palau to develop a strategy to improve climate resilience and increase food security
The largest tuna processing facility in China is the fish caught by its Kiribati-based vessels.
After a year without clean water, Banaba Island now has access to freshwater.
A charter vessel will ship a desalination plant to the people of Banaba to have freshwater access after a year of drought.
Banaba Island struggles with access to freshwater supplies due to compounded severe drought for a year.
No longer a poster child for climate risks, Kiribati is pushing to meet the challenges, adopting a comprehensive approach to climate resilience.
Over 70 management plans or climate change adaptation plans have been developed and 65 socio-economic assessments completed under the Micronesian Challenge
How Covid-19 has impacted tourism in the Pacific