A global youth movement, which focuses on emerging waste issues like plastic pollution, will soon reach the Pacific.
TWM with a strong sustainable environment ethos, to expand into becoming a suitable Pacific hub solution by the development of its Integrated Waste Management Facility
Solomon Islands leads a growing army of individuals who are passionate to reduce plastic waste by transforming it into money-making products for the local and tourism market
Former Kiribati President calls for access to secure futures rather than being climate refugees. “Our land is disappearing faster than global action can stem climate change.”
Clean Pacific roundtable addressed the healthcare waste management project to assist participating project countries to treat healthcare wastes efficiently and sustainably
Pacific Island countries were provided with a learning opportunity to enhance their understanding of waste management sustainable financing systems
Waste Not, Want Not Project in Vanuatu continues to encourage community members to increase economic resilience and health through improved waste management practices
A meeting of the IMO this week is the first test of translating promises made in Glasgow into bold action. The world must turn its gaze to shipping
As part of the Pacific Voices series, academics Katerina Teaiwa and Isabella Ostini say we need to reframe our questions and the ways in which Pacific climate stories are told.
SIRWMA is optimistic to keep the Solomon Islands clean and pollution-free “especially plastic waste that starts on land and ends up in our oceans.”