A New Zealand Defence Force plane left for Tonga to assess the damage from the volcanic eruption and tsunami. “One of the main things that they’re dealing with right now is the damage to the water system”
UN and Forum SG pledges resources to the government and people of Tonga following the eruption of an undersea volcano
Early data from Tonga’s violent volcanic eruption suggests it is the biggest blast since Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines 30 years ago, volcanologist Shane Cronin says.
Nicole Yamase visited the Challenger Deep trench, which lies nearly 11km below the surface
Green Climate Fund to enhance the resilience of vulnerable communities in FSM and help them better adapt to the effects of climate change
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PS4L programme to help address the food and nutrition security in vulnerable communities in the Pacific and develop sustainable seed systems
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While the Hunga Ha’apai eruption is considered to have a low impact on the environment, monitors advised Tongans to protect their water supplies from possible acidic rain.