Urgent actions are needed to protect the Pacific region from the worst impacts of Climate Change
While holding out hope, Pacific Islanders have no choice but to endure the impacts of climate change.
Humans are responsible for the rise in the earth’s global temperature and it won’t stop rising unless immediate action is taken.—UN panel
Bats are listed under the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species because their rates are declining at an alarming rate in the Pacific Islands
Growing seagrass is an efficient way to reabsorbing carbon. It stores 55% of the atmospheric carbon to mitigate climate change.
In Fiji residents of a suburb close to Suva protest against the transportation of clinker to cement factories close by
Isabel province raised concern over environmental damages and the ineffectiveness of monitoring mechanisms
Nagoibo villagers are engaging in mangrove planting initiative after knowing its importance to combat climate change
A Nature based solution to reduce riverbank erosion in Fiji
Villagers fight to reclaim stolen logs from Gov’t & Asian logger.