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UK calls for greater global ambition as UN finds world warming faster than previously...

The United Kingdom is calling for urgent global action in response to a UN report published today on the science of climate change, that...

UK to relax Covid-19 restrictions for Cop26 climate conference

The UK government is planning to relax key Covid-19 restrictions for delegates to the UN Cop26 climate conference to be held in Glasgow for...

Maritime boundaries and Covid in the Pacific Forum spotlight

Leaders of Pacific regional countries and territories have agreed that the region's maritime boundaries need to be recognised globally in perpetuity. They met in a...

World’s climate scientists to issue stark warning over global heating threat

The fires, floods and extreme weather seen around the world in recent months are just a foretaste of what can be expected if global...

Pacific at peril under current climate policies, new commitments still inadequate: report

Current climate policies mean the world is on course for up to 3.9 degrees of heating, which would see a number of Pacific Island...

Pacific Ministers prioritise addressing Covid-19 and climate change impacts on Pacific tuna fisheries

Pacific Ministers have identified dealing with the immediate impacts of Covid-19 and the longer term threats of climate change on offshore fisheries as key...

The U.S is your friend, President Biden tells Pacific leaders

American President Joe Biden today addressed Pacific Leaders to reiterate his country’s support for the Pacific. “The U.S is a proud Pacific power, and will...

Climate, Covid and Co-ordination: Forum leaders hold online summit

By Nic Maclellan A virtual summit of the Pacific Islands Forum will be held this Friday 06 August, after the annual face-to-face meeting of...

PCCC launch innovative logo design competition for Pacific Artists!

Are you an aspiring Pacific artist or graphic designer? The Pacific Climate Change Centre (PCCC) hosted by the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment...

SIDS COP26 attendance in limbo

It is still not known if the Pacific Island delegations will be physically represented at the 26th Conference of Parties later this year in...

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