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Red, Green and Blue Website, 1st November 2018 | 05-Nov-2018
Samoa Observer, 27th October 2018
The first year of Samoa’s national carbon offsetting programme through tree planting is coming to a close in December and Samoa Conservation Society (S.C.S.) is excited to continue the scheme into the future.
| 30-Oct-2018
Samoa Observer, 30th October 2018
Samoa’s contribution to the global carbon emission’s crisis may be small, but the “right steps” still need to be made to shift to a low carbon economy.
| 30-Oct-2018
Fiji Sun Online, 24th October 2018 | 26-Oct-2018
Travel Pulse, 22nd October 2018
Six Senses Fiji has become something of a trailblazer when it comes to hospitality industry properties that are taking action on climate change.
| 26-Oct-2018
Cook Islands News, 23rd October 2018 | 25-Oct-2018
Matangi Tonga Online, 12th September 2018
An NZD$30.7 million upgrade to the power distribution network in 55 Tongatapu villages has connected hundreds of households to electricity for the first time and upgraded the connections for thousands more.
Funded by New Zealand under the Tonga Village Network Upgrade Project, concluded on September 5, three months ahead of schedule.
| 14-Sep-2018
Reuters, 7th September 2018 | 10-Sep-2018
RNZ, 7th September 2018 | 10-Sep-2018
Fiji Sun Online, 7th September 2018
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama’s presidency of COP23 is nearing an end, but he is keeping up the climate change fight.
| 10-Sep-2018
ABC, 4th September 2018 | 07-Sep-2018
Reuters, 4th September 2018 | 07-Sep-2018
Clean Technica, 21st August 2018
A new Tesla video titled “Tesla Powerpack in Samoa” offers an uplifting message about the power and promise of renewable energy in the world’s most remote regions. American Samoa has long been dependent on diesel power for electricity generation, but the territory is beginning a transition away from fossil fuels and toward clean energy independence.
| 03-Sep-2018
Fiji Times, 7th August 2018 | 08-Aug-2018
Fiji Sun Online, 2nd August 2018
The Fiji Barefoot College, which is a solar electrification training centre, has been jointly supported by the Governments of India and Fiji and is the first of its kind in the Pacific.
Construction for the first Barefoot College for Women in the Pacific will start soon once plans have been finalised.
| 08-Aug-2018
Fiji Sun Online, 21st June 2018
The first six-monthly report of the COP23 Secretariat was presented to the Public Accounts Committee in Parliament yesterday.
This was between May and October last year. It was based on key activities and expenditure from the COP23 Presidency Trust Fund.
| 26-Jul-2018
fijivillage.com, 21st June 2018
400 families in the Nanuku and Veidogo informal settlements in Vatuwaqa now have access to reliable and affordable electricity.
| 26-Jul-2018
The Fiji Times, 29th May 2018 | 23-Jul-2018

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