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On Wednesday 24 April, excited members of the Nanikai community gathered to their community hall in Tarawa atoll, Kiribati to participate in the New Zealand Pacific Partnership | 04-Jun-2019
Fiji Sun Online, 10th November 2018
Transport is one of the fastest growing carbon emitting sectors in Fiji. Speciafically in the land and maritime sectors.
| 14-Nov-2018
Samoa Observer, 3rd November 2018
The International Labour Organisation (I.L.O.) will be furthering its relationship with Samoa by providing technical help and training with careers in climate change.
| 05-Nov-2018
Papua New Guinea Post Courier, 2nd November 2018 | 05-Nov-2018
Samoa Observer, 31st October 2018 | 05-Nov-2018
Samoa Observer, 29th October 2018 | 05-Nov-2018
Human Nature, 28th October 2018
Off the coast of a remote island in the South Pacific, a team of scientists and volunteers recently gathered on a boat to hear this year’s hit song.
| 30-Oct-2018
SPREP Website, 5th October 2018
The Joint Initiative, Worth €21 Million, Was Launched During Yesterday's One Planet Summit In New York...The EU, France, Australia And New Zealand Have Joined Forces To Make It A Reality.  
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| 18-Oct-2018
Fiji Sun Online, 5th October 2018
Waiqele College, the first school to establish a Climate Change Club with the assistance of Fiji National University, has initiated the clean river project.
| 18-Oct-2018
SPREP Website, 28th September 2018 | 05-Oct-2018
Fiji Sun Online, 13th September 2018
For families in the country mangroves are our lifeline, says Torika Lewaca.
| 14-Sep-2018
Fiji Times, 11th September 2018 | 12-Sep-2018
RNZ, 17th August 2018
The impact of climate change in American Samoa has been painted graphically by the US Coral Reef Task Force. The Task Force has been holding workshops this week in Pago Pago.
| 31-Aug-2018
Cook Island News, 13th August 2018
“This season is incredibly strange, and we don’t know exactly why,” said Hauser. “It’s started out slow this year – we’ve only really actually seen 20 whales.
“Last year we had the best season we’ve ever had here in 25 years. We had almost 500 sightings – it was unreal.”
| 31-Aug-2018
Fiji Sun Online, 1st August 2018 | 08-Aug-2018
Fiji Times, 28th July 2018 | 01-Aug-2018
Fiji Sun Online, 30th July 2018
The people of Nacula Village in the district of Nacula, Yasawa, extended its mangrove nursery with the planting of more than 180 mangrove seedlings.
This was their contribution to this year’s International Day for the Conservation of Mangrove Ecosystems, commemorated annually on July 26.
| 01-Aug-2018
RNZ, 19th July 2018
An ecological project in Vanuatu has been helping people adapt to new laws brought in to save the country's marine and terrestrial environments.
| 27-Jul-2018
SDG Knowledge Hub, 5th July 2018 | 27-Jul-2018
Readers Digest
Around the world, many islands are slowly but surely being submerged. You’re running out of time to see these beauties before they disappear into the deep blue sea. 
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| 23-Jul-2018
Human Nature, 28th May 2018
Out of sight, out of mind.
When people don’t see the way that oceans could be — full of life and color — they forget.
| 23-Jul-2018
Fiji Sun Online, 21st May 2018
Prime Minister Voreqe Baini­marama says those who do not accept the reality of climate change are forces that are only capa­ble of thinking in the short term.
| 10-Jul-2018
RNZ 9th April 2018 | 11-Apr-2018

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