During the UK-Pacific Climate Change Dialogue, Pacific Island countries outlined the disproportionate and devastating impacts of climate change.
The Marshall Islands’ climate request is one of 55 human rights-related recommendations Australia has rejected.
The Samoa renewable energy plan centred on solar power was held up as an example at the United Nations’ High-Level Dialogue on Energy.
Cyclones, storm surges and flooding are commonplace for communities across Fiji but climate change means these disasters are becoming more intense says Ms Jackson
The MIMRA deposited in the FAO repository the country’s National Plan of Action to Prevent, Deter and Eliminate Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing.
Integrated approaches for climate-resilient development supported by UNDP are improving lives and livelihoods and protecting the planet as nations race to address the climate crisis.
Pacific islands ‘highly vulnerable’ to climate-related events, such as tropical cyclones, flooding, drought, says UN.
PM Suga says Japan will provide Forum members with scientific evidence on Fukushima nuclear plant discharge.
Forum Secretary General awaits access to all information by Japan on nuclear waste so that Pacific leaders can make an informed decision based on science.
Cook Islands PM says it will continue to support the work of the ISA in developing global seabed mining regulations