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The United States of America has reassured Pacific and world leaders who are fighting for a 1.5 to Stay Alive outcome at COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, of its commitment and renewed leadership to avert “climate hell.” | 25-Nov-2022
Adaption is one of the thematic priorities for Pacific countries at the 27th Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change currently underway in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. | 25-Nov-2022
Compelling artistic work harnessing the creativity of the Pacific to bring the reality of | 25-Nov-2022
At COP27 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, Pacific Government leaders and officials along with representatives of the private sector, shared their experiences on carbon markets and how they can be used to deliver emission reductions while maintaining environmental integrity. | 25-Nov-2022
Pacific leaders and negotiators who are in Sharma El-Sheikh, Egypt, for COP27 must be united with one voice to secure concrete steps towards the establishment of a Loss and Damage (L&D) Financing Facility. | 25-Nov-2022
Loss and Damage may not be the term that Pacific Island people use to describe their climate change experiences yet within the corridors at COP27, it’s the term that describes the suffering felt by our Pacific islands’ community. | 25-Nov-2022
Niue’s Minister for Natural Resources, Hon. | 25-Nov-2022
The Pacific island championing the region’s push for a Loss and Damage financing facility, Tuvalu, has applauded the renewed focus on the issue, calling on world leaders to reflect this commitment in the outcome of COP27. | 25-Nov-2022
The President of Vanuatu, His Excellency Nikenike Vurobaravu, has issued an impassioned appeal on world leaders, to vote in favour of an International Court of Justice (ICJ) | 25-Nov-2022
The tiny Pacific nation of Tuvalu is not just on the brink of sinking due to | 25-Nov-2022
The Kingdom of Tonga has used the platform provided by the biggest global | 25-Nov-2022
The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 saw the world transition to a “new normal”, relying on virtual platforms and the internet to stay connected, conduct business, and for | 25-Nov-2022
One of the smallest and worst affected countries by the | 25-Nov-2022
Mangaia stands as one of the oldest islands in the Pacific, being around 18 million years old. It is steeped in tradition and oral history that befits its antiquity and the indigenous islanders that inhabit it. Mangaia, traditionally known as A'ua'u Enua which translates to terraced island, is mainly of a karst landscape shaped by the erosion of limestone over millions of years. | 25-Nov-2022
The communities in Vanuatu stand to benefit more from the nation’s Tropical Cyclone Portal and other tools as they prepare for the upcoming < | 25-Nov-2022
The push for a strong Pacific voice and an even stronger presence to drive ambitious | 25-Nov-2022
The Pacific Islands need an urgent commitment for net zero carbon emissions by 2050 and a call for action is being launched by Pacific Small Islands Developing States in partnership with the | 25-Nov-2022
Palau parallels other Micronesian islands, small and secluded, with an individual inner cultural homogeneity. Palauans  live in a complex and highly organised social system, characterised by strong family values demonstrated through the clear roles and responsibilities men and women play. | 25-Oct-2022
The Vanuatu Public Works Department (PWD) has increased its capability to design, construct and maintain resilient roads. | 25-Oct-2022