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Relief Web 26th April 2018
Rarotonga, Cook Islands, 26 April 2018
| 03-May-2018
RNZ 16th April 2018
Deforestation, poor forest management and drainage are being blamed for the massive and frequent floods Fiji has seen in recent years. 
| 17-Apr-2018
Fiji Sun Online 11th April 2018 | 17-Apr-2018
Samoa Observer 8th April 2018 | 11-Apr-2018
7th March 2018 RNZ | 12-Mar-2018
7th March 2018 Fiji Times Online | 12-Mar-2018
TECHNOLOGY that detects Upper Atmospheric (Ionospheric) changes during earthquakes and tropical cyclones was installed at the | 08-Feb-2018
The Vanuatu Meteorology and Geo- | 28-Nov-2017
Update: 6:11PM -  AN ocean science training and stakeholder engagement workshop held in Tonga this week has encouraged the Tonga Meteorological Service to develop a monthly Ocean Outlook to provide critical ocean information and forecasts to the public. | 27-Nov-2017
Honiara, Solomon Islands –
Regional collaboration is essential to managing the impacts of droughts and floods across the Pacific.
| 18-Sep-2017
The El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) remains neutral. However, the SPREP’s ENSO Outlook status is at El Niño WATCH, meaning there is around a 50% chance of El Niño developing in 2017. | 25-May-2017
The National Parliament of Solomon Islands in partnership with the | 24-Apr-2017
A recent study by Cheng et al has found that the world’s ocean is warming 13% faster than we previously thought.  This new study corrected observed temperatures for known errors to gain a better agreement between Argo profiling floats and shipboard measurements in conjunction with new spatial interpolation techniques.  This allowed the researchers to gain a more comprehensive and more accurate | 31-Mar-2017
Solomon Island Meteorological Service (SIMS) put pen to paper to confirm a long term partnership with the Solomon Island Red Cross Society (SIRCS). | 31-Mar-2017
Delegates from the Pacific region came together today to officially launch the Pacific Resilience Program (PREP) - a series of projects to strengthen Pacific Island countries’ resilience to natural disasters and climate change. | 28-Jun-2016
Over 100 students visited the | 17-Jun-2016
In a bid to formulate sustainable development plans, seven communities in the Nacula District in the Yasawas are currently undergoing consultations. | 08-Jun-2016
ISTANBUL - Tuvalu's prime minister on Tuesday called for a UN resolution to create legal protection for people displaced by the impacts of climate change, saying there was currently no international framework to protect their rights. | 07-Jun-2016
Government agencies, NGOs and stakeholder representatives gathered at Nadi's Novotel Hotel last Thursday to discuss the UNDP's Pacific risk resilience program (PRRP). | 10-May-2016
The Line Islands Group in Kiribati is two hours ahead of the capital Tarawa where the Kiribati Meteorological Service (KMS) is based.  As such, the timely preparation of weather bulletins, in particular, weather warnings need to factor in this time difference. | 28-Apr-2016
18 April 2016 – As Fiji and Governments of more than 100 other | 25-Apr-2016
A RECENT report from the Asian Development Fund warns that | 22-Apr-2016
Fiji's ‘Help for Homes' initiative in extending financial assistance for homeowners to rebuild their homes post cyclone Winston was announced | 21-Apr-2016

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