Environment

Turn the Tide: SPREP Efforts in the Global Fight Against Marine Litter

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The International Coastal Clean-up Day (ICCD) in 2023 witnessed a wave of impactful initiatives across the Pacific Islands. From community-driven clean-ups to educational programs,...

What can the Pacific learn from the EU Parliament vote against Norway’s decision to...

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Op Ed by Maureen Penjueli On February the 7th, the European Union (EU) Parliament voted against Norway’s recent decision to advance deep-sea mining in...

DG Okonjo-Iweala urges trade ministers’ coalition to boost climate action through the WTO

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At the 25 February meeting of the Coalition of Trade Ministers on Climate, WTO Director-General Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala welcomed high-level officials’ efforts and leadership to...

Regional tuna expert sounds caution in developing seabed mining

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By Richard Naidu Leading Pacific tuna industry expert, Dr Transform Aqorau, has drawn from the region’s experiences with its massive tuna fisheries industry to...

Pacific Leaders support for High Ambition Coalition to End Plastic Pollution

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Given the negative impact of plastic pollution on Pacific communities, Pacific Leaders at the 52nd Pacific Islands Forum Meeting in the Cook Islands last...

Difficult to predict fate of Australia-Tuvalu deal on climate and security, intelligence boss says

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A senior Australian intelligence chief has acknowledged a landmark climate and security deal with Tuvalu may be at risk in the wake of the...

Science says Tuvalu will drown within decades; the reality is worse

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By Niuone Eliuta Tuvalu, a picturesque island nation nestled in the vast expanse of the Pacific Ocean, is currently grappling with a relentless onslaught...

Delayed Tuvalu election result highlights climate impacts

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An election result in Tuvalu has been delayed by two weeks as dangerous weather stops boats from bringing new lawmakers to the capital to...

Japan Foreign Minister assures Pacific nations of ALPS treated water discharge compliance

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Japan’s Foreign Minister Yoko Kamikawa has reassured her Pacific counterparts the discharge of Advanced Liquid Processing System (ALPS) treated water from the Fukushima nuclear...

GEF Council approves $1.1 billion and sets plans for biodiversity fund

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The Global Environment Facility’s 186 member governments have agreed to invest US$1.1 billion for international action on biodiversity, climate change, nature renewal, and pollution...

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Second police officer dies in violent riots as France sends more police to New...

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A gendarme was killed on Thursday in France's riot-struck Pacific territory of New Caledonia by an “accidental gunshot”, Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin told AFP. “It...

Pacific Conference of Churches statement on the current situation in Kanaky New Caledonia

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The Pacific Conference of Churches(PCC) stands in deep solidarity with our sisters and brothers of Kanaky in this time of political crisis that has...

New Zealand and Tuvalu reaffirm close relationship

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New Zealand and Tuvalu have reaffirmed their close relationship, Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters says. “New Zealand is committed to working with Tuvalu on a...