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Pacific Standard, 24th October 2018
Logging in the Solomon Islands, a small country of 667,000 people in the South Pacific, is decimating natural forests there at around 19 times the rate considered sustainable, the watchdog non-governmental organization Global Witness has found.
| 30-Oct-2018
Human Nature, 28th October 2018
Off the coast of a remote island in the South Pacific, a team of scientists and volunteers recently gathered on a boat to hear this year’s hit song.
| 30-Oct-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
University of Hawai'i News, 26th October 2018 | 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
RNZ, 23rd October 2018 | 25-Oct-2018
RNZ, 23rd October 2018 | 25-Oct-2018
Cook Islands News, 23rd October 2018 | 25-Oct-2018
RNZ, 23rd October 2018 | 25-Oct-2018
RNZ, 20th October 2018
The message that Pacific people affected by climate change would rather stay in their homes than become refugees in New Zealand was reiterated by a panel at Canterbury University on Thursday.
| 22-Oct-2018
Fiji Sun Online, 19th October 2018 | 22-Oct-2018
Samoa Observer, 19th October 2018 | 22-Oct-2018
WMO Website, 17th October 2018
Strengthening Hydro-meteorological and Early Warning Services in the Pacific
| 22-Oct-2018
Government of Tonga Website, 18th October 2018 | 22-Oct-2018
WMO Website, 17th October 2018 | 22-Oct-2018
Pacific Scoop, 17th October 2018
Press Release – FAO
| 22-Oct-2018
RNZ, 15th October 2018
Tuvalu has received a new wave forecasting system to help predict tides and sea surges across its nine atolls. The high resolution modelling system and equipment were handed over to the Tuvalu government by the Pacific Community at a ceremony in Tuvalu this week.
| 22-Oct-2018
Scoop World, 16th October 2018 | 22-Oct-2018
Scoop World, 16th October 2018 | 22-Oct-2018