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Decade of climate breakdown saw 14 percent of coral reefs vanish

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Between 2009 and 2018, the continuous rise in sea temperature cost the world 14 percent of its coral reefs – that’s more than the...

Climate change, population increase fuel looming water crisis: WMO

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Improved water management, monitoring and forecasting are needed in the face of a looming global water crisis, the UN World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) and...

Pacific High-Level Champions announced

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As the countdown continues, the Pacific voice will be amplified on the global stage at COP26 in Glasgow with the announcement of five High-Level...

Legal implications of sea level rise for Small Island States explored in New World...

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A new World Bank study examining the potential legal implications of sea-level rise on the maritime and legal rights of Pacific Island nations provides...

Climate talks chief urges Morrison to act

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The minister in charge of next month’s crunch Glasgow climate summit has challenged Australia to nearly double its 2030 emissions reduction target and urged...

Historical climate emissions reveal responsibility of big polluting nations

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Analysis of the total carbon dioxide emissions of countries since 1850 has revealed the nations with the greatest historical responsibility for the climate emergency....

Cost of hosting events at UN climate summit surges on shortages

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An array of organisations aiming to host events at November’s UN climate conference in Glasgow have raised concerns about delays and the unusually high...

Ignoring international law in the Blue Pacific

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Colonised peoples have rights to resources, on land and in the oceans, and this must be recognised. By Nic Maclellan Both the Australian Labour Party...

New Zealand supreme court blocks seabed mining consent

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A New Zealand offshore mining company has lost its supreme court bid to overturn a decision preventing it from mining millions of tonnes of...

New Zealand ruling against deep-sea mining set a global precedent – now Ardern should...

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By Phil McCabe and James Hita The decision by New Zealand’s Supreme Court last week against a giant seabed mining proposal in the South...

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Solomon Islands media boycott Chinese foreign minister’s visit to Honiara

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Media Association of Solomon Islands (MASI) has issued a boycott notice to its members for the PRC Press event scheduled for Thursday. MASI President, Georgina...

China seeks Pacific Islands policing, security cooperation – document

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China will seek a region-wide deal with almost a dozen Pacific islands covering policing, security and data communications cooperation when Foreign Minister Wang Yi...

Solomon Islands journalists shut out of China foreign minister visit, raising secrecy concerns

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Pacific journalists have raised serious concerns about secrecy surrounding the upcoming marathon tour of the Pacific by China’s foreign minister, who will be visiting...