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
The rise in sea level and king tides now affecting more than 30,000 lives on coastal Manus will continue through 2022, according to the Manus Province disaster office.
The flooding in Micronesian states resulted from a combination of ongoing sea-level rise, high tide, and strong winds created by a storm in the vicinity of the Marshall Islands
Former Kiribati President calls for access to secure futures rather than being climate refugees. “Our land is disappearing faster than global action can stem climate change.”
Tuvalu Foreign Minister says “We are sinking” due to the deadly and existential threats of climate change and sea level rise
A new World Bank study provides alarming visual projections, together with adaptation options to assist the Marshall Islands in tackling rising sea levels
Large parts of Pacific country’s capital would be permanently flooded and islands would disappear, according to new projections
New study examines what rising sea levels mean for maritime rights, migration and economic opportunities of Pacific states
While holding out hope, Pacific Islanders have no choice but to endure the impacts of climate change.
Conservation and heritage groups in Hawaii are reviving traditional values to reduce climate change damage.