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Reading an interview by Nainoa Thompson is like reading an interview by the Dalai Lama. The spell-binding inspiration and chill in the spine when hearing him speak cannot be…

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All five inhabited islands in Maloelap Atoll reported experiencing food shortages for the past three months. Local food crops are slowly recovering from the recent drought, said Dustin Langidrik,…

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For the past weeks, I have joined the Okeanos Marshall Islands on their trips to Outer Islands supporting the local communities. My first sail in the Pacific was to…

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International arrivals must sign promise to children of Pacific nation that they will ‘tread lightly, act kindly’ during their stay The tiny Pacific island nation of Palau has introduced…

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The strengthening of a partnership with the Green Climate Fund will help the residents of low-lying islands take greater control of their destinies, the Executive Director of the Micronesia…

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The Okeanos Marianas arrived on Yap at 0945 Wednesday morning in Yap harbor after a sail from Guam’s Smiling Cove Marina that began last Friday morning. Traditional canoes greeted…

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Nov 30, 2017
Traditional approach

The solution to Fiji’s problems, be it climate change, global warming or diminishing natural resources, lies in the practices of our forefathers. Recognising this, the Pacific Blue Foundation is…

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After wrangling through the night, the 23rd conference of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change wrapped up early Saturday with modest accomplishments, paving the way to complete…

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Sixty thousand nautical miles is the equivalent of having voyaged the world three times. A daughter of Gau, Ivanancy Vunikura has sailed more than that. It’s a world record…

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Mayors and leaders of islands at the front-line of climate change, from the President of Palau to Mayor of Cozumel (Mexico) came together with mayors and leaders of cities…

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