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University of Hawai'i News, 26th October 2018 | 30-Oct-2018
RNZ, 20th October 2018
The message that Pacific people affected by climate change would rather stay in their homes than become refugees in New Zealand was reiterated by a panel at Canterbury University on Thursday.
| 22-Oct-2018
Fiji Sun Online, 21st August 2018
Villagers of Narikoso on Ono island in Kadavu are not sure when they will be relocated. They have raised questions  with the relevant authorities about the timeline of the project.
| 31-Aug-2018
Fiji Sun Online, 20th August 2018 | 31-Aug-2018
UNDP Website, 9th August 2018 | 31-Aug-2018
Scoop World, 11th July 2018 | 27-Jul-2018
Greenleft Weekly, 28th June 2018 | 27-Jul-2018
Fiji Sun Online, 27th June 2018 | 26-Jul-2018
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| 18-May-2018
Pacific Media Centre, 27th April 2018
Vunidogoloa was the first village in Fiji to be relocated – barely three years ago – due to sea level rise. The village was in the Cakaudrove province and had backyard views of beautiful Natewa Bay on Vanua Levu Island.
| 03-May-2018
Fiji Times Online 28th March 2018
A study released by OXFAM International revealed between January to September last year about 14.12 million people globally had been displaced as a result of extreme weather patterns.
| 09-Apr-2018
Aljazeera, 15th February 2018 | 19-Feb-2018
BONN, Germany (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Cyclone Winston smashed into Fiji last year, killing 44 people and destroy | 15-Nov-2017
New Zealand is considering creating a new visa for people fleeing environmental disasters brought on by climate change. | 10-Nov-2017
LAST week I joined over 60 leaders and representatives of Fijian faith communities, vulnerable communities, civil society, non-governmental organisations, academics, government, inter-governmental and regional organisations at the 2016 Ecumenical Deliberative Forum on Rethinking and Reclaiming the Commons for Our Common Home, held at the Novotel Lami. | 25-Apr-2016

It seems like the general consensus has turned a corner about climate change.

| 24-Feb-2016
A commendation from the president of Kiribati for helping people immigrate with dignity was well received at Southern Paprika.
The Warkworth company that employs more than 100 Kiribati nationals hosted president Aonte Tong on Friday at the capsicum growing facility.
| 24-Feb-2016

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