Tuesday, October 19, 2021


Come with commitments to COP26: Forum Chair Frank Bainimarama statement on IPCC report

The findings of the IPCC’s sixth report represent a clear condemnation of humanity’s reckless abuse of the planet and a dire warning about the...

Race is on to limit extreme weather impact on most vulnerable: Guterres

As the global aid community marked World Humanitarian Day on Thursday, UN chief António Guterres paid tribute to all those who help people in...

Irreversible human-caused climate crisis threatens Pacific Island nations

Humans are responsible for the rise in the earth’s global temperature and it won’t stop rising unless immediate action is taken — UN panel...

Human ‘damage’ on the front-line of the climate crisis

The damage to people and livelihoods caused by climate change is happening at a scale that “people on the front lines cannot manage”, according...

Hawaiians look to tradition to cope with Climate change

Hawaii faces a range of environmental problems caused by global warming, impacts worsened by practices that critics say have ignored the local ecology. They say...

EU calls for climate action

The Ambassador of the European Union in the Pacific, Sujiro Seam, has called on major emitters to be more ambitious in their reduction of...

Country that could vanish from the map as sea levels rise

The runway of the capital city’s airport jostles for space among the homes crammed around it, which themselves make way for two of the...

$14-million climate change funding support to benefits Pacific Islands

Pacific Countries will be benefiting from a $14-million (US$9.7 million) climate change funding support from the New Zealand government. The five-year funding assistance will help...

Pacific Forum leaders set permanent maritime borders, as rising seas shrink islands

Pacific island leaders have agreed that their maritime borders should be permanent, even if their countries shrink due to a future rise in sea...

‘Bad neighbours’: Australia at risk of becoming ‘global pariah’

Australia is already considered a “bad neighbour” and will become a “pariah” if the federal government does not move past its long-running climate policy...

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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...

Delta surging fast in PNG

The highly infectious and deadlier Covid-19 Delta variant infection is surging fast – up 94 cases from 97 on 26 September to 191 on...

Australia set to disappoint key allies on 2030 emissions target

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...