One Pacific reflects on COP28

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The One Pacific are this week reviewing the outcomes of the world’s largest climate change negotiations platform and preparing for the next steps on...

DG Okonjo-Iweala urges trade ministers’ coalition to boost climate action through the WTO

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At the 25 February meeting of the Coalition of Trade Ministers on Climate, WTO Director-General Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala welcomed high-level officials’ efforts and leadership to...

Difficult to predict fate of Australia-Tuvalu deal on climate and security, intelligence boss says

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A senior Australian intelligence chief has acknowledged a landmark climate and security deal with Tuvalu may be at risk in the wake of the...

Science says Tuvalu will drown within decades; the reality is worse

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By Niuone Eliuta Tuvalu, a picturesque island nation nestled in the vast expanse of the Pacific Ocean, is currently grappling with a relentless onslaught...

Delayed Tuvalu election result highlights climate impacts

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An election result in Tuvalu has been delayed by two weeks as dangerous weather stops boats from bringing new lawmakers to the capital to...

GEF Council approves $1.1 billion and sets plans for biodiversity fund

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The Global Environment Facility’s 186 member governments have agreed to invest US$1.1 billion for international action on biodiversity, climate change, nature renewal, and pollution...

Winston Peters and Shane Reti make Cook Islands climate change announcement

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Tackling the impacts of climate change is a key focus for New Zealand, with a total of $16.5 million (US$10 million) to go to...

Climate envoy for the Marshall Islands Tina Stege: We put our heart and soul...

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Climate envoy for the Marshall Islands says financing must be prioritised to protect the world’s most vulnerable countries The Marshall Islands may be a small...

Heart of Pacific climate mobility adaption, not relocation

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By Richard Musgrove Pacific islanders have been on the move for 50,000 years, as explorers, as settlers and as traders. But now that cultural phenomenon...

Atoll nations, predicted to sink, have kept pace with sea-level rise

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For an attention-grabbing speech to the 2022 UN climate conference, a Tuvalu cabinet minister stood on one of atoll nation’s smallest islands and predicted...

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