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Issued on 05 October 2018 | 12-Nov-2018
Nearly 100 delegates from Pacific Island Countries, CROP agencies, the world’s leading providers in satellite Earth Observation (EO) data, CSIRO, and the governments of Australia, the | 12-Nov-2018
FIji Sun Online, 7th November 2018 | 08-Nov-2018
Red, Green and Blue Website, 1st November 2018 | 05-Nov-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
ABC, 8th October 2018 | 18-Oct-2018
Fiji Times, 15th September 2018 | 17-Sep-2018
Reuters, 7th September 2018 | 10-Sep-2018
Fiji Sun Online, 7th September 2018
A new $1.2 million weather station at Vatunibale in Labasa was opened by the Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama, yesterday. The construction of the state-of-the-art facility was done in light of the increase in natural disasters hitting Fiji
| 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
Reuters, 4th September 2018 | 07-Sep-2018
Fiji Times, 28th July 2018
THE outcome of Fiji’s Talanoa Dialogue is expected to boost the willpower of countries to keep the increase in global average temperature to well below 1.5 degrees Celsius as agreed in the Paris Agreement.
| 01-Aug-2018
Fiji Times, 30th July 2018 | 01-Aug-2018
Pacific Standard, 20th July 2018 | 27-Jul-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, 19th June 2018
The New Zealand government today pledged to give another NZ$2.5 million in support of Fiji’s presidency at COP 23.
While speaking at the signing of the Funding Memorandum for Fiji’s Presidency of COP 23, the Acting Prime Minister and Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says New Zealand has been a good partner for Fiji.
| 25-Jul-2018
RNZ, 7th June 2018 | 25-Jul-2018
Griffith University Website, 29th May 2018 | 23-Jul-2018
Fiji Sun Online, 28th May 2018
Savusavu Chamber of Commerce (SCC) has come up with what it believes is a world-leading environmentally sustainable ‘Blue Model Town’ plan
Chief executive officer Karl Smith said the Savusavu Blue Town model specifically targets developing island and coastal communities that lie within these areas of acknowledged tropical marine biodiversity.
| 23-Jul-2018
The Fiji Times, 29th May 2018 | 23-Jul-2018

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