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PNA members add political weight to Pacific push to keep EEZ rights if members lose land to sea level rise
By Online Editor
10:19 pm GMT+12, 09/12/2018, United States
“We have to work together - FFA, SPC, even with the Pacific Islands Forum because one of the things which is in there is what's going to happen if sea levels rise and countries lose land. So, for PNA, although climate change issue is not directly a PNA issue, these are emerging threats. So…
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Pacific steps up its fight against illegal, unregulated and unreported fishing with call to powerful fishing nations
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Ministers speaks out on PNA budget
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Pacific tuna states to address human and drug trafficking threats
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