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Friday 26 June 2020, Apia, Samoa – The recent global lockdowns brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, which saw air travel grind to almost a standstill, and resulted in decreased greenhouse gas emissions, have done little to slow down the rate of climate change, which has been repeatedly identified as the single greatest threat to the security and livelihoods of Pacific island peoples.
| 30-Jun-2020
Pacific island climate change negotiators have come together in a virtual forum to analyse the decisions and outcomes of the 25th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC COP25) held in Madrid, Spain in December 2019, as well as to take stock of work that has to be done by the region as a consequence of those outcomes.
| 30-Jun-2020
On 16 June 2020, Apia, Samoa the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) celebrated its 27th anniversary since the signing of the Treaty establishing SPREP on June 16, 1993.
| 30-Jun-2020
The Twenty-Sixth Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC COP26) has been postponed.
| 06-Apr-2020
We live in unprecedented times where it is not just the Pacific region but the whole world that sits on the cusp of a new threat that we have not encountered before. Now more than ever, our resiliency as a Pacific people is our solid foundation to empower us all to take the right actions.
| 06-Apr-2020
The importance of communicating “resilience” and what it means to the people of the Pacific was the focus of discussions which took place amongst a technical working group which met this week at the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) headquarters in Apia, Samoa.
| 27-Mar-2020
The recently released World Economic Forum report “Fostering Effective Energy Transition 2019” has provided a snapshot of the most likely scenarios the world is facing in relation to | 04-Jun-2019
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
23 May, 2019, Rarotonga, Cook Islands - Having a national Meteorological Service - what some may take for granted, Nauru has worked hard to achieve with rewards reaped this month with Nauru announced as the 193rd member of the | 28-May-2019
21 May 2019, Rarotonga, Cook Islands - Just last week in the presence of the | 28-May-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, 7th November 2018
Representatives from 11 Pacific Island countries are gathering at the Orator Hotel in Aleisa for a three-day International Labour Organisation workshop. 
| 14-Nov-2018
Issued on 05 October 2018 | 12-Nov-2018
Nearly 100 delegates from Pacific Island Countries, CROP agencies, the world’s leading providers in satellite Earth Observation (EO) data, CSIRO, and the governments of Australia, the | 12-Nov-2018
In 2019, stakeholders and development partners will be able to access | 12-Nov-2018
The Pacific iCLIM project were invited to present at the | 12-Nov-2018 | 12-Nov-2018
Research priorities identified by decision-makers for IPCC Sixth Assessment Report | 12-Nov-2018
FIji Sun Online, 7th November 2018 | 08-Nov-2018
Samoa Observer, 4th November 2018
A project that assisted villagers to grow climate change-resilient crops has closed after a six-month implementation program.
| 08-Nov-2018
Samoa Observer, 4th November 2018 | 08-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
Fiji Times, 2nd November 2018
FIJI is ranked as the 16 most at risk country to natural hazards in the UN World Risk Index.
| 05-Nov-2018