Tagaloa Cooper says COP26 was not a total success nor necessarily a failure. “There is still a positive future to fight for and we didn’t come home empty-handed.”
FFA will not support actions that will jeopardise the tuna stocks that Pacific Island rely upon and call for WCPFC18 to cut the catch of South Pacific albacore
Rachel Reeves shares what she has learned being up close and personal with the debate on deep-sea mining.
An oceans’ expert is supportive of the Kiribati Government’s for its plan to open the Phoenix Island Protected Area, or the PIPA, to commercial fishing.
Pacific Islands leaders disappointed with the Glasgow climate pact, called industrialised countries to step up commitments
Training to identify gender and social inclusion perspectives in the fisheries sector
Pacific Islands unite against challenges to the sustainability of their tuna stocks and defend their sovereign rights to manage fisheries in their waters.
Kiribati planning to open up PIPA to commercial fishing meant there was a minimal return for the host nations and would lead to the collapse of some nations says scientist
New Caledonia and Wallis & Futuna progress in managing used oil harmful to human health and the environment through existing legislative, technical and financial tools
Samoan youth and experts shared the reality of climate change with students in Japan to amplify the movement towards achieving the 1.5°C limit