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Moira Simmons-Avafoa, from Tuvalu's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, says women and children are often the hardest hit by the impacts of climate change, but have less input into decisions to combat it. | 03-Feb-2017
Update: 3:00PM FIJI'S Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says Fiji will not rest until vulnerable nations have access to financial resources needed in order to adapt its economies and communities to the reality of | 02-Feb-2017
THE EU stands shoulder to shoulder with its Pacific Island partners in the fight against climate change, says EU deputy head of delegation Corrado Pampaloni. | 07-Oct-2016
The Pacific was well represented in Bonn participating in full force in the first negotiations meeting after the adoption of the Paris Agreement. | 24-Jun-2016
Article submitted by Riyad M. Mucadam, Ph.D. Senior Advisor, OEPPC/Off. of President, Republic of the Marshall Islands | 31-May-2016
Over 50 delegates from 14 Pacific island countries joined the first official session of the | 31-May-2016
El Nino conditions continue to rapidly weaken over March. While the Pacific ocean remains warmer than average, it has continued to cool steadily and most prevalently in the sub-surface. The Southern Oscillation Index (SOI), an atmosphere indicator of ENSO, has also dropped to a weak El Nino threshold indicating the atmosphere is in sync with cooling in the Pacific ocean. | 28-Apr-2016
The effects of climate change on Pacific island nations like Samoa are leaving young people faced with uncertainty about being forced to leave their homelands and migrating to other countries. | 25-Apr-2016

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