The former Tuvalu Ambassador for Climate Change and Environment highlights the expectations of Pacific Ministers for COP26
What all countries should have in common are sound principles for managing disaster risks more coherently and systematically- Executive Secretary UNESCAP
Professor in the College of Asia and the Pacific at the Australian National University says he would never describe PNG as a hungry country.
The film gets some things wrong, but it exposes the grim ecological destruction of the Earth’s oceans -George Monbiot
South Pacific tuna sought by Chinese fishing boats- Dan Southerland
The global blue economy is fast becoming a profitable, sustainable reality- Ingrid Van Wees and Melissa Walsh
Protecting coastal fisheries is critical and require a unified regional response to be preserved for future generations- Dr Joeli Veitayaki
Lau traditional leaders are planning to improve fish catches for their people and ban night spearfishing across their province.
“Inadequate policy and insufficient efforts to safeguard the ocean’s natural capital have fallen short.”- Ingrid van Wees and John Tanzer
Easter Island is best known for its mysterious Moai statues, which dominate part of the hilly coastline and stare at the horizon like ancient watchmen of the once bountiful ocean. Just beyond the reach of their gaze lies a large stretch of open water, known as the high seas, that provides a vital spawning ground […]