Plucky residents on Pitcairn Island decided that Covid-19 wouldn’t halt vital climate change and marine conservation work.
Conservation and heritage groups in Hawaii are reviving traditional values to reduce climate change damage.
Mr Sopoaga says it is important to go back to the Pacific Islands Leaders Forum to make a commitment to ban seabed mining in the Pacific.
More than five tonnes of waste in total were collected during the CERO Waste Programme
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
Discussions centered around impact of Covid-19 on fisheries and community-based management of coastal fisheries
Despite the significant challenges presented by COVID-19, the Pacific Community (SPC) 7-week research expedition to monitor the health of world’s largest tuna fishery departed from Honolulu on Saturday 15 August 2020. Half of the world’s tuna catch comes from the Western & Central Pacific, providing a critical source of protein and export revenue for Pacific […]
Pacific Island Forum Secretariat finance adviser Exsley Taloiburi is worried that climate change may slip down regions’ agenda as Pacific ministers put focus on coronavirus. Speaking in the margins of the Economic Forum Ministers Meeting (FEMM) Taloiburi said while the deadly virus can be quarantined and worked around, the change in weather patterns can never […]
The Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Committee (FFC) has successfully sanctioned the regional Port State Measure (PSM) framework at its 114th meeting held in June. According to the Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency’s (FFA) Director-General, Dr Manu Tupou-Roosen, “this marks a significant milestone in the Agency’s efforts to strengthen and enhance port-based activities in relation to addressing […]