Tackling nuclear legacies, 70 years after Bravo

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By Nic Maclellan On 01 March 1954, the U.S government exploded a thermonuclear weapon on Bikini Atoll in the Marshall Islands, codenamed Bravo. The test...

Australia must stay engaged during Pacific island countries’ political instability and change

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By Blake Johnson and Euan Graham As highlighted by Tuvalu’s recent election and recent political instability in PNG, amongst other countries in the region, Australia’s...

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...

Uncharted waters: the standoff between Tonga’s King and government

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By Lopeti Senituli Early last week, the Secretary of Tonga’s Privy Council wrote to the Chief Secretary (Secretary to Cabinet and to the Prime...

Chairs’ Summary of the 5th Japan- Pacific Ministerial Interim Meeting for PALM10

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The PALM Ministerial Interim Meeting (MIM) for PALM10 was held in Suva, Fiji, on 12 February 2024 in order to follow up on the...

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...

Why kava laws choose Tradition over commercialisation

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By Andrew Coletti At Four Shells Kava Lounge in Auckland, New Zealand, Todd and ‘Anau Mesui-Henry prepare kava in the traditional manner. The dried,...

Cooks add to spike in Pacific security talk

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By Sam Sachdeva With a common citizenship and currency, closely related native languages, and formal relations dating back over 120 years, there is much that...

The Cook Islands, on the cusp of making conservation history for the Pacific Islands...

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Dedicated towards conserving Cook Islands biodiversity, the island nation is applying for the Takitumu Conservation Area to be recognised as an ‘Other Effective area-based...

Climate envoy for the Marshall Islands Tina Stege: We put our heart and soul...

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Climate envoy for the Marshall Islands says financing must be prioritised to protect the world’s most vulnerable countries The Marshall Islands may be a small...

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Bring vote of no confidence motion in May: PNG PM Marape

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Papua New Guinea Prime Minister James Marape says the Opposition is more than welcome to attempt a vote of no confidence (VONC) against him...

Pacific Ocean Commissioner urges collective action for Ocean Conservation

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Pacific ACP prepares for WTO Ministerial Conference amid global uncertainty

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