Fiji calls for collective action by the UNSC and the UN system to holistically respond to the climate crisis that impacts peace, security and stability
The issue of IUU fishing provides ample scope for Indian Ocean and Pacific Ocean fishing management to collaborate and mitigate these challenges
Talking about who is responsible for climate change is a fraught debate – even more so when it comes to who ought to pay for the damage it causes.
Samoan farmer successfully grows 100 Dragon Fruit plants in Aleisa that are fruiting and providing profit to her farm.
A new Apiculture Strategic Project to benefit local beekeepers by developing clear pathways towards a sustainable apiculture industry
‘Take my word, the Ministry of Environment will not give any approval to any investor who will do any damage to our environment,’ say Fijian authorities following Newsroom’s investigation into a plan to excavate coral reef in Fiji
Enormous leatherback turtle caught up in a battle between conservationists and poachers, rescued and released back into the sea
Climate researcher says sea level is notably higher today than back then as flooding hits Pacific Islands
With coral reefs threatened by rising ocean temperatures, scientists are working to breed “super corals” that can better withstand climate change. They’re trying to help corals adapt to survive global warming faster than they could in Nature.
A giant patch of garbage in the Pacific Ocean is now “an immense floating plastic habitat” for marine animals clinging to its plastic debris, researchers have found