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The world doesn’t care about swings in marginal seats. Climate action must spearhead a...

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By Wesley Morgan Late last year, more than 100 former diplomats and officials called for a new Australian foreign policy — with climate action...

Pacific NGOs call on Japanese Foreign Minister to reconsider plans to dump radioactive nuclear...

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The Pacific Collective on Nuclear Issues (the Collective) is calling on Japan's Foreign Minister, Yoshimasa Hayashi, who visited Fiji and Palau on the weekend,...

Australian climate summit could win back Pacific

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Australia could rebuild ties with the Pacific by co-hosting international climate talks in 2024 with its smaller and most vulnerable neighbours. A report issued by...

‘The Pacific can’t survive if richest corporations and governments continue to put profits over...

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Vanuatu Prime Minister Bob Loughman has warned that the survival of the Pacific is in peril if the world's biggest polluters continue to put...

Global and Pacific Civil Society comes together to back Vanuatu Government Climate campaign

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A global alliance of civil society groups, representing over 1500 civil society organisations in 130 countries, has launched today to support a powerful new...

Loss and Damage high on the Pacific list for climate change meetings in June

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When it comes to climate change negotiations, Loss and Damage is one Pacific priority issue that has been on the table for many years. Loss...

World Bank to support Disaster Protection for Marshall Islands’

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The World Bank's Board of Executive Directors has approved a new project to strengthen the climate resilience, safety, and livability of urban areas of...

Australia election: Climate the most important security issue, say military and political leaders

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By Nic Maclellan As voters in Australia head to the polls on 21 May, there is increasing debate over the link between climate change...

25 years of partnerships launched on World Tuna Day

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First 100 percent sustainable tuna fishery celebrates 25 years of Western and Central Pacific fisheries partnerships on World Tuna Day Over the past 25 years,...

IAEA releases first report on safety of planned water discharge from Fukushima Daiichi site

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The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Task Force, which is reviewing Japan’s policy to discharge treated water from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station...

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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...