Paddlers and volunteers clean up polluted Nabukalou Creek in Suva.
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Fiji raises red flag on World Wetlands Day to protect declining wetlands
The Ramsar Convention stated that nearly 90% of the world’s wetlands were lost and the remaining are rapidly disappearing.
Death by slow strangulation
Several scientific studies and reports indicate that unsustainable fishing methods, habitat destruction and pollution continue to take a heavy toll on fish stocks.
Hope for a better tomorrow
Rising sea and frequent flooding due to climate change affecting informal settlements in Solomons capital
Stumbling blocks at Honiara’s coastal village
Fishing Village is a living proof of battle for survival against climate change
New sighting of endemic bird signals need to stop logging in the Solomons
The finding hopes to provide information that local communities can use to bolster efforts to conserve land for future generations.
Saltwater intrusion damages sugar cane farms and decreases cane production in Fiji
Agriculture continues to sustain the Fijian economy during the Covid-19 pandemic
The Wandering Tattler – a migratory sea-bird of importance to Fiji
There is a need to conserve Suva Point which is home to at least five migratory birds species
Mining makes off with last soil on Rennell
The last pockets of bauxite-rich soil in Rennell in the Solomons are being dug up and shipped out, leaving residents with little land for agriculture
Rising Tides: A Challenge for Communities in Fiji
Talk of relocation has created dilemmas for many Fiji residents due to financial constraints and deep ties to the land