Tuvalu’s Foreign Minister says Australia’s support to a Pacific candidate to lead Commonwealth with a climate focus would send “a very strong message to the Pacific that this government is willing to work with us.”
Hawaii became the first state to require real estate sellers to disclose to potential buyers if their property is threatened by sea-level rise
Tuvalu races against time in an effort to preserve as much about the island nation as possible using new technology and before Tuvalu is completely submerged
Threatened by rising seas due to climate change, and isolated by the coronavirus pandemic, the small South Pacific nation of Tuvalu looks inside for solutions.
Marshall Islands climate envoy urges international financial support to be at scale and speed as her country is facing an imminent existential threat from climate change
The latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report emphasises that the Pacific needs both modern scientific and traditional knowledge to build resilience to climate change, Ben Bohane writes.
SG Puna warns that climate change challenges are now direr and urgent than ever before for Blue Pacific people after the release of the IPCC Working Group II report
Climate impacts seen and experienced across Pacific Island likely to worsen after the latest IPCC report warns the world could surpass 1.5 degrees of warming in the next two decades
Negotiating from a position of strength
Pacific Island nations facing the reality of climate change-induced land loss are using their diplomatic strength to ensure their sovereignty and economic future are protected, Jess Marinaccio writes.
Fiji urged UN member states to support the PIF declaration on maritime boundaries and sea level rise as climate change is the single greatest threat to Pacific