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Marine and climate scientists from Columbia’s Earth Institute and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) are exploring ways to protect this valuable Caribbean ecosystem, the second largest barrier reef in the world, from the potentially disastrous effects of...
There are plenty of ways we can all positively impact the environment. If we want to stop climate change, we all need to take steps to make our lives environmentally-friendly. The following practices are an easy introduction to green living. Simple...
There is now overwhelming evidence that our impact on Earth constitutes its own distinct geological epoch, dating from the middle of the 20th century. Click on the link below to read the full article. 
Our region also has a total of 346 marine protected areas. We as Leaders of the region have committed to fast track the development of policies to ban the use of single-use plastic bags, plastic and styrofoam packaging and we called on Pacific Rim...
Earth's smallest countries issued a list of demands today as U.N. climate talks move into the final stage in this historical coal town. Click on the link below to read the full article. 
Communities dependent on natural resources for food and livelihoods are extremely vulnerable to climate change and its impacts. Tropical cyclones are a frequent occurrence in the Pacific and can have devastating impacts on coastal communities,...
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.