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Pacific Islands Climate Action Network launches Pacific Climate demands

The Pacific Climate Action Network (PICAN) in partnership with Greenpeace Australia Pacific is launching Pacific COP26 Climate Demands on Friday 22 October 2021 in...

Third of Pacific islands unable to attend Cop26, sparking fears summit will be less...

A third of Pacific small island states and territories do not plan to send any government figures to the COP26 summit in Glasgow due...

“We’re suffering”: Why climate finance is so important for Pacific countries

Pacific leaders like Fiji's Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama have had enough. Speaking at a recent international climate forum hosted by the former U.S vice president...

Solomon Islanders bearing witness to climate change

By Ben Bilua In the Western Province, climate change has spelt death for many islands, but it has also given birth to one. Across the...

Fiji’s PM: Go to Glasgow with commitments

Opinion by Frank Bainimarama, Prime Minister of Fiji The upcoming COP26 UN summit in Glasgow must secure serious collective action to address the climate...

Marshall Islands calls for global collaboration on twin crises

The Marshall Islands is urging collective global action over both the climate crisis and the pandemic. A low lying island country which has been a...

NZ climate grants $1.3bn welcomed by Cook Islands Prime Minister

Cook Islands Prime Minister and COP 26 Pacific Political Champion for Climate Finance, Mark Brown, has welcomed New Zealand's recent announcement of $1.3bn (US$920...

Ten questions: Micronesia’s President David Panuelo fronts up

Geopolitical competition in the Pacific is not necessarily the heated knife fight that international media often make it out to be. That's according to the...

Six Pacific countries submit enhanced NDC

Fiji is one of six Pacific Island countries to have submitted its enhanced Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) in the 2020/2021 timeframe. Regional NDC Hub Project...

Palau delegation to attend COP26 in Glasgow amid COVID- 19 hurdles

Palau is sending a delegation headed by President Surangel Whipps Jr to Glasgow, Scotland for the COP26 climate conference. Palau will be one of the...

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