Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Environment

We can’t agree to anything less than the establishment of a Loss and Damage...

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As COP27 winds down in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, the Solomon Islands has added its voice to last minute desperate pleas to the COP Presidency,...

Australia committed to empowering an effective Pacific Islands region in the climate change negotiations

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The Government of Australia and the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme will work in partnership to enhance the engagement of Pacific Islands...

Niue touts Ocean Conservation Credit as innovative climate change solution at COP27

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The small island of Niue in the middle of the vast Pacific Ocean has demonstrated climate change leadership at COP27, showcasing a home-grown innovative...

Our stories – Climate-forced Displacement and Relocation – Climate Tok Report

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The disconnect between how the development sector addresses climate change-related issues like climate-forced displacement and relocation in island communities requires urgent attention. A convening of...

Vanuatu’s director of women relishes her role as a technical co-ordinator for negotiators on...

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By Makereta Komai, PACNEWS Editor in Sharm El Shiek Apart from the tough negotiations going into its final stages, one of the Pacific negotiators is...

Global inaction pushes Tuvalu to take innovative steps to prepare to become a digital...

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By Makereta Komai, PACNEWS Editor in Sharm El Sheikh Tuvalu like the rest of the Pacific is not standing idly by, waiting for the world...

Marshall Islands ask for a place their future generations can call home

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By Makereta Komai, PACNEWS Editor in Sharm el Sheikh With a history of being fought over bitterly in the last century, the Marshall Islands continues...

Pacific youth lead campaign to support Vanuatu’s bid to get ICJ clarification

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By Makereta Komai, PACNEWS Editor in Sharm El Sheikh  Pacific youth movements led by the Pacific Islands Students Fighting Climate Change have thrown their support...

Support for gender and climate change gaining traction at COP27

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By Makereta Komai, PACNEWS Editor in Sharm El Sheikh Pacific negotiators and political champions have rallied support and used every opportunity at side events and...

Canada renews CAD10 million funding for climate early warning systems, benefiting Pacific Met Services

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By Makereta Komai, PACNEWS Editor in Sharm El Sheikh The Canadian Government has renewed its CAD10 million climate risk early warning system (CREWS) that will...

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Pacific Australian Emerging Leaders Summit

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Young leaders from the Pacific and Australia will come together for connection-building, leadership development and dialogue at the first ever Pacific Australian Emerging Leaders...

Vanuatu confident of reaching required votes for ICJAO

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By Anita Roberts Vanuatu and its coalition partners for the International Court of Justice Advisory Opinion (ICJAO) resolution are confident of reaching the required...

Defence buildup in Guam will ensure swift response in the event of China...

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The U.S Department of Defence is beefing up forces in Guam and other island nations in the region to ensure a prompt counteraction should...