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Tuvalu is taking steps to address emissions from the shipping sector: PM Natano

By Pita Ligaiula in Seoul As a responsible Small Island Developing State, with negligible contribution to greenhouse gas emissions, Tuvalu is taking steps to...

Climate change remains Pacific priorities says Forum SG ahead of Korea- Pacific Island Summit

By Pita Ligaiula in Seoul Climate change remains Pacific priorities despite geopolitical interest and security for the Indo Pacific from global superpowers, says Forum...

Pacific civil society groups urge Korea to withdraw support for fossil fuel projects in...

By Pita Ligaiula in Seoul Pacific civil society groups have written to Pacific Leaders ahead of the inaugural Korea- Pacific Summit Monday requesting that...

End over-exploitation of our ocean and its resources: Forum SG

By Pita Ligaiula in Seoul Pacific Islands Forum Secretary General and Ocean Commissioner Henry Puna says ‘ocean conservation is vital to our survival, our way...

Fiji urge global community to get legally binding treaty on plastic pollution

By Pita Ligaiula Fiji has called on global community to reach an effective legally binding treaty on plastic pollution. The second session of the Intergovernmental...

How the Solomon Islands are a being slowly swallowed by the sea

Rising sea levels are eroding the Solomon Islands. It serves as a red flag for the global community By Nicola Smith, Asia Correspondent At first sight,...

Climate crisis is creating an increasingly uncertain future in our Blue Pacific: Tuvalu PM

Tuvalu's Prime Minister Kausea Natano says as Pacific nations recover from the socio-economic devastation of the COVID-19 pandemic, “we face the single greatest existential...

Tongan Foreign Minister ‘Utoikamanu accepts Chair of the ESCAP 79th Session

Tongan Foreign Minister Fekitamoeloa Katoa ‘Utoikamanu is the new chair of the ESCAP 79th Session underway in Bangkok, Thailand this week. In her acceptance speech,...

Energy and Transport Ministers to be gender champions

By Elenoa Dimaira The Pacific’s male dominated energy sector could be more gender balanced in future with energy ministers serving as champions, promoting equality. An...

Civil Societies Welcome “Climate Leadership” by Pacific Ministers

By Elenoa Dimaira Civil societies have applauded the Efate Outcomes Statement issued after the 5th Pacific Regional Ministers Meeting this week in Port Vila,...

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Sustainability of Pacific fisheries is compromised by the impacts of climate change: Forum Chair

By Pita Ligaiula in Seoul Forum Chair and Cook Islands Prime Minister Mark Brown says the sustainability of Pacific fisheries is compromised by the...

Solomon Islands distance itself from Korea – Pacific Islands Forum Summit Declaration

Solomon Islands expressed reservations on an element of the outcome Declaration of the Korea-Pacific Islands Forum Summit in particular the reference to competing Strategy...

North Korea Nuclear programme direct threat to international peace and security

By Pita Ligaiula in Seoul The Korea – Pacific Islands Summit shares the view that the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s (DPRK) nuclear and...