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Last year in Bonn, Germany during Fiji’s Presidency of COP23, the Kava ceremony successfully united people of all cultures and nationalities through the witnessing and experiencing of this important tradition in Fijian, and Pacific peoples, way of...
The Pacific and Koronivia Pavilion has opened its doors at the Twenty-fourth Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, bringing the Pacific flavour to the event in Katowice, Poland.
From a Green – Blue Economy perspective, when we speak of resilience, we do not simply imply resilience to climate change although this is an important factor, particularly in the Pacific.Click on the link below to read the full article. 
UNFCCC summit must heed the frustration of countries that are most vulnerable to climate change. Click on the link below to read the full article. 
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Welcome to this seventh issue of the SPREP Pacific Ecosystem-based Adaptation to Climate Change (PEBACC) project newsletter, an initiative to disseminate information on Ecosystem- based Adaptation (EbA). This edition covers the period from...
Here in the Pacific Islands, the ocean is life. For thousands of years it has provided food, dictated the weather, and served as the transportation system for our people.  Click on the link below to read the full article. 
The study investigated changes in the abundance of bird species inside and outside conservation areas over five decades. According to observations made by the researchers, conservation areas are excellent habitats for many species. Click on the link...
The MOOC on Pacific Islands in a Changing Climate si an update of the UNESCO e-learning Master Class run at USP for the last two years. Click on the link below to register for the MOOC. 
As the 2020 deadline grows nearer for nations to set aside 10% of waters in well-managed MPAs (Aichi Target 11), planners are being challenged to provide advice on what to protect and where to protect it. Click on the link below to read the full...