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After decades putting the brakes on global action, does Australia deserve to host UN...

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Analysis by Wesley Morgan is a research fellow at Griffith Asia Institute at Griffith University As the COP27 climate talks got underway in Egypt...

How to move a country: Fiji’s radical plan to escape rising sea levels

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In Fiji, the climate crisis means dozens of villages could soon be underwater. Relocating so many communities is an epic undertaking. But now there...

‘End youth tokenism’ – Commonwealth young people tell COP27 leaders to recognise them as...

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Representatives for the more than a billion under-30s in the Commonwealth have called on leaders at the start of COP27 in Egypt to end...

Why a chain of tiny Pacific islands wants an international court opinion on responsibility...

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Emily Wilkinson, Co-director, Caribbean Resilience and Recovery Knowledge Network, University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, Matt Bishop, Senior Lecturer in International Politics, University...

China and Australia must not turn Solomon Islands into a gun state again

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By Dorothy Wickham My country once lived in fear of the gun. Thousands of weapons, many stolen from police armouries, fuelled the years of violence...

Small island, big ocean: Niue makes its entire EEZ a marine park

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By Monica Evans When Niueans are babies, their parents traditionally take them down to the seashore and throw them in the water so they...

WTO fisheries agreement will not help poverty alleviation in least developed countries

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In June this year, the 12th Ministerial Conference of the World Trade Organisation passed an interim agreement that aimed to curb harmful fish subsidies...

Statement by Pacific Elders’ Voice, UNFCCC COP27, Sharm El Sheikh, Republic of Egyps

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We, a group of experienced Pacific Island leaders, speak as one in calling for urgent action at the climate change Conference of Parties (COP27)...

Journey to COP27: Moana Blue Pacific Pavilion and Pacific Delegation Office strengthens climate action...

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The push for a strong Pacific voice and an even stronger presence to drive ambitious climate action at COP27 in Sharm el-Sheik, Egypt from...

If we protect it, the ocean can help solve the climate crisis

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From wave power to coast-protecting mangroves, ocean investments can have a big payoff By Frank Bainimarama Prime Minister of Fiji and a member of the...

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The Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) is delivering lifesaving aid and supplies across the Pacific as part of Operation Christmas Drop. The annual operation,...

OACPS still relevant despite South Africa’s withdrawal from the organisation: SG Chikoti

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By Pita Ligaiula in Luanda, Angola The Secretary General of the 79 member states of the Organisations of Africa, Caribbean and Pacific (OACPS), Georges...

OACPS respect South Africa’s decision to withdraw from the bloc

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By Pita Ligaiula in Luanda, Angola South Africa has exercised her right to withdraw from the Organisations of Africa, Caribbean and Pacific (OACPS) says...