Scientific research supported by UNESCO discovered one of the largest rose-shaped coral reefs in the world off the coast of Tahiti.
Darwin in a lab: Coral evolution gets some tweaking for global warming
With coral reefs threatened by rising ocean temperatures, scientists are working to breed “super corals” that can better withstand climate change. They’re trying to help corals adapt to survive global warming faster than they could in Nature.
Wallis and Futuna Environment Service awarded 2021 Pacific Invasive Species “Battler of the Year” Award
Wallis and Futuna Environment Service recognised for its work in managing invasive species in their country
Climate Change threatens to worsen Health disparities in Hawaii
Pacific island countries are among the most vulnerable in the world to the health impacts of climate change, says a study
Pitcairn Islanders refuse to let Covid-19 halt vital climate change research
Plucky residents on Pitcairn Island decided that Covid-19 wouldn’t halt vital climate change and marine conservation work.
Hawaiians look to tradition to cope with Climate change
Conservation and heritage groups in Hawaii are reviving traditional values to reduce climate change damage.
Former Tuvaluan PM references Samoa in mining ban call
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.
Tokelau receives critical boost to waste management efforts
More than five tonnes of waste in total were collected during the CERO Waste Programme
Common enemy overcomes fragile Pacific regional unity – climate change
Covid-19 is an additional challenge for small Pacific island states on top of climate change issues
How covid-19 has undermined climate change initiatives in the Pacific
Coronavirus pandemic takes limelight from existing commitment toward climate change impact in the Pacific