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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
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
ABC, 8th October 2018 | 18-Oct-2018
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
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
Pacific Standard, 20th July 2018 | 27-Jul-2018
Griffith University Website, 29th May 2018 | 23-Jul-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 10th May 2018
May is a momentous moment for climate change in the Pacific with key milestone events happening in our region.
| 25-Jun-2018
Samoa Observer 12th May 2018
Director General of S.P.R.E.P.
| 18-May-2018
Samoa Observer 11 May 2018 | 18-May-2018
Fiji Times Online 24th March 2018 | 09-Apr-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
Fiji Sun Onlin, 28th February 2018 | 28-Feb-2018
WMO Press Release 30th January 2018
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
| 07-Feb-2018

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