Energy efficiency is fundamental for supporting Pacific island nations to advance efforts toward achieving their national renewable energy and energy efficiency targets, writes Kakau Foliaki
Experts say Pacific leaders will continue to advocate for stronger emissions-reduction policies by high-emitting countries
The Marshall Islands is urging collective global action over both the climate crisis and the pandemic.
Urgent actions are needed to protect the Pacific region from the worst impacts of Climate Change
Samoa to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions and expand the area of mangrove forests by 2030.
The Pacific Island nations have submitted an ambitious new proposal to IMO, urging member states to support their bid to decarbonise the shipping sector by 2050.
The Financing Pathways Report will help to fund the reduction of Tonga’s greenhouse gas emissions as well as adapt and reduce the impacts of climate change- MEIDECC CEO
Pacific island nations are already being battered by king tides, catastrophic cyclones and sustained droughts.
Humans are responsible for the rise in the earth’s global temperature and it won’t stop rising unless immediate action is taken.—UN panel
The Forum Foreign Ministers Meeting’s statement showed that climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic is the leading concerns of Pacific leaders.