Pacific nuclear victims seek an apology for actions decades ago. “…..we are still angry that we are not recognised as nuclear victims.”
Pacific urged global leaders to place a halt on deep-sea mining until there is enough scientific research to understand the impacts of deep-sea mining
Fiji’s Minister of Fisheries urged the Pacific community to turn immense ocean challenges into genuine ambition in the efforts toward Blue Pacific.
SG Puna reflected on geopolitics, climate change, sea-level rise and pollution as emerging issues that will continue to shrink the Pacific oceanscape in the months and years ahead
Government, NGOs and other actors need to recognise the barriers faced by people living with disabilities in the midst of a Climate Crisis, writes the author
Tuvalu races against time in an effort to preserve as much about the island nation as possible using new technology and before Tuvalu is completely submerged
Fiji continues to strengthen their initiative to plant 30 million trees in 15 years to increase its forest cover and enhance biodiversity and ecosystem.
A new tool to provide fishing communities in Fiji with information on how to avoid undersized fish and comply with Fiji’s coastal fisheries regulations
Pacific SIDS to push for the establishment of loss and damage finance facility towards COP27. “PSIDS need to look at more than just continuous dialogue.”
Climate finance priority remains essential for Pacific SIDS as 0.28 percent of the raised US$79.8 billion climate finance by wealthy and industrialised nations were allocated to PSIDS