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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
RNZ, 2nd October 2018 | 04-Oct-2018
Ecologist, 18th September 2018
Pacific Islanders are merging their ancestral knowledge with modern technology in an innovative attempt to combat climate change, writes EMILY EARNSHAW.
| 19-Sep-2018
New Zealand Herald, 26th May 2018
Eight Northlanders are among a group of Pacific people discussing ways of protecting indigenous food sources and passing that knowledge to youth.
| 10-Jul-2018
Samoa Observer 12th May 2018
Director General of S.P.R.E.P.
| 18-May-2018
Pacific Daily News 27th February 2018
Traditional knowledge used in a modern context can help conservation efforts in the Pacific, representatives from conservation organizations said.
| 02-Mar-2018
WMO Press Release 30th January 2018
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
| 07-Feb-2018
Issued 4 August 2017 | 31-Aug-2017
By Samisoni Pareti of Islands Business Magazine 14 August, 2017, Honiara, Solomon Islands, PMC-4 – With growing membership and a record number of delegates, the 4th Pacific Meteorological Council began its biennial meeting in the Solomon Islands capital today. | 15-Aug-2017
By Priya Chand of Islands Business Magazine 14 August, 2017, Honiara, Solomon Islands, PMC-4 – The crucial role of | 15-Aug-2017
By Yvette T D’Unienville of Tuvalu Broadcasting Services (radio broadcast)14 August, 2017, Honiara, Solomon Islands, PMC-4 – Journalists were asked to stand up today at the Fourth Pacific Meteorological Council so national directors could note the media’s criti | 15-Aug-2017
By Repeka Nasiko of Fiji Times 14 August, 2017, Honiara, Solomon Islands, PMC-4 – The | 15-Aug-2017
By Repeka Nasiko of Fiji Times 14 August, 2017, Honiara, Solomon Islands, PMC-4- Members of the Pacific Meteorological Council have been encouraged to focus on the hydrological component of their national meteorological services by the W | 15-Aug-2017
The Vanuatu Meteorological and Geo-Hazard Department (VMGD) | 28-Jul-2017
The tropical Pacific Ocean is currently neutral. Most | 28-Jul-2017
Fifteen National Meteorological Services (NMSs) in the region including Tokelau will benefit from the new | 28-Jul-2017
The Samoa Metrological Office is increasing its output capability to better inform the country of changing weather conditions 24-7. | 28-Jul-2017
This week’s Te Ipukarea Society column was written by visiting researcher Diamir de Scally who is in the Cook Islands until the end of July.
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Source: Cook Island News
| 21-Jun-2017
SPREP was invited to participate in the 9thresearch dialogue during the international | 25-May-2017
School of International Training (SIT) student, Ms. | 25-May-2017
The tropical Pacific remains neutral[1] with respect to the El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO).[2] However, there are signs that El Niño may develop in 2017. | 28-Apr-2017

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