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RNZ, 3rd July 2018 | 27-Jul-2018
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
ReliefWeb 21st February 2018 | 23-Feb-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
The high level call to constrain oil, gas and coal production to achieve the Paris goals was yesterday endorsed by former President of Kiribati and | 28-Nov-2017
A report on sustainable energy for all and power for all rural and vulnerable populations in developing countries was released at the | 28-Nov-2017
At the 11th hour of the U.N. Framework Convention on | 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
TO fight | 15-Nov-2017
New Zealand is considering creating a new visa for people fleeing environmental disasters brought on by climate change. | 10-Nov-2017
The Ministry of Finance will launch the Samoa Energy Sector Plan 2017-2022 today.  | 01-Nov-2017
Honiara, Solomon Islands –
Regional collaboration is essential to managing the impacts of droughts and floods across the Pacific.
| 18-Sep-2017
Stakeholders will now have assistance in accessing | 28-Jul-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

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