The Vanuatu Civil Society calls out to its government to officially declare a Climate Emergency as an action to address climate change impacts
The Pacific Elders say while Australia claimed to be part of the “Pacific family” it failed to make strong commitments to address the climate crisis.
A report accused Australia of wrongly claiming Pacific funding projects with no environmental benefit as climate adaption aid to meet its funding obligations to small island nations
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
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.
WWF calls for greater climate change support as king tide flooding made worse by climate change are swamping and destroying homes and displacing Pacific communities
Glasgow failed to deliver a definitive statement on how to reach the Paris Agreement goal of 1.5⁰C for vulnerable Pacific Island Countries, says Dr Ian Fry. “The glass is half empty.”
NextGen climate science information provides Vanuatu useful insights into changes in the climate that has assisted the sectors in their planning and decision-making
SPC’s new Strategic Plan to clear pathway towards a sustainable and resilient Pacific future
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.”