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

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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...

Australia set to disappoint key allies on 2030 emissions target

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Australia’s decision not to boost its 2030 emissions reduction target will disappoint key allies that have called on Prime Minister Scott Morrison to do...

UK PM Johnson and Bainimarama talk COP26 and international climate financing

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spoke to Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama Monday, a press statement from 10 Downing Street stated. The two leaders discussed the...

Pacific Forum welcomes NZ climate aid boost, urges collective action

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The head of the Pacific Islands Forum says New Zealand's climate aid boost augurs well heading into COP26, and is pushing all developed countries...

UN calls on everyone to play a role in disaster response

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When it comes to surviving disaster, the United Nations’ Pacific Resident Coordinator of Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Nauru, Palau, Solomon...

NZ commits $1.3bn to climate change aid

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New Zealand has carved off a sizeable chunk of its foreign aid budget towards combating climate change, committing NZ$1.3 billion(US$920,000) to support vulnerable communities. The...

PNG Government passes Bill on climate change

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Papua New Guinea will join hands with its Pacific neighbours to strengthen and amplify the voices calling for global action to address climate change...

‘My father will go down like the captain of the Titanic’: life on the...

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By Kalolaine Fainu Francis Tony is buried on an island that is shrinking. The sea breaks on a shoreline that is now less than five...

Rising sea levels threaten Marshall Islands’ status as a nation, World Bank report warns

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Projected sea level rise would mean 40 percent of the buildings in the Marshall Islands’ capital of Majuro would be permanently flooded and entire...

Now Morrison is going to COP26, he must take a meaningful climate target: Greenpeace

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Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison's announcement that he will attend the COP26 Climate Summit, after weeks of threatening not to attend, has been labelled...

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Moses Uludong announces bid for Palau’s Presidency

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Moses Uludong, a media personality and former politician, has announced his candidacy for the presidency of Palau, challenging current contenders President Surangel Whipps Jr....

Japan to increase MSDF Port calls to Pacific Island nations, Seeking stronger presence in...

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The Japanese Government plans to increase the number of port calls by Maritime Self-Defence Force(MSDF) vessels to Pacific Island nations, according to a draft...

Japan to help Pacific Islands build Infrastructure; Marshall Islands to get ¥5 billion to...

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The Japanese government plans to announce a wide range of support measures to Pacific Island countries based on their needs to coincide with the...