Tuvalu immigrant, Kelesoma Saloa, shares the devastating story of why he had to leave his home country because of climate change for the sake of his children and their future
Marshall Islands asks world leaders to stand in solidarity and take difficult and bold decisions to fight against climate crisis. “We cannot afford further delay…”
The government of Fiji makes a daunting plan to move communities in villages that have been gravely affected by the harsh impacts of the climate crisis even though many are hesitant to leave their homes
Tuvalu told world leaders at COP27 that it is not just on the brink of sinking due to climate change-induced sea level rise but also facing extreme drought
Vulnerable small island states join Vanuatu in requesting the ICJ to give an advisory opinion on the rights and obligations of states under international law concerning the adverse effects of climate change
When atoll nations are told that they may have to leave due to rising seas, I think of their fathers’ and mothers’ bones. Climate crisis threatens Pacific island nations – they rob us not just of the living, but also of our dead, writes Lagipoiva Cherelle Jackson.
Marshall Islands is uniquely at risk for climate change, islets are disappearing, and it is so dire that we’ve been forced as a nation to completely change the way we plan for our future, writes Kathy Jetn̄il-Kijiner.
Tuvalu set to begin construction of coastal protection infrastructure on Funafuti under the Tuvalu Coastal Adaptation Project
Kaua’i initiates new bill which amends construction design standards to incorporate expected sea level rise impacts
Cook Islands seeks assistance from New Zealand to help their islands impacted by climate change