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The United Nations’ first ever Ocean Conference, held in New York between June 5-9th, rightfully created a platform for communities most impacted by the dramatic changes facing our ocean:…

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Thousands of people crowded into Ala Moana Beach Park on Saturday to watch the Hokule’a, a traditional Hawaiian canoe, make its return to Oahu after a three-year voyage that…

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A traditional Polynesian voyaging canoe has returned to Honolulu in Hawaii, completing the first-ever round-the-world trip by such a vessel. The boat, the Hokule’a, took three years to journey…

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Have you ever stopped for a minute and think about the quality of water you drink every day? A team of scientists from the University of Auckland, New Zealand,…

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Marshall Islands president on Wednesday appealed to the European Union to help persuade President Donald Trump to change course on climate change as her U.S.-allied Pacific archipelago fears rising…

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Funding climate change-related activities through the existing aid budget is the most sensible way to tackle the issue, says the NZ government. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s…

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  If President Trump’s decision to withdraw the U.S from the Paris climate deal leads to increased emissions, it could pull the plug on island nations that face an…

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At 12:30 p.m. this afternoon, the crew of Hokulea sited the sacred mountain of Haleakala, signifying that the legendary canoe is officially back home after sailing for 37 months,…

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Make the fight to defend the Ocean a personal fight and make it your fight. This was the final plea of by Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama today at the…

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Legislation for the Cook Islands marine sanctuary, Te Marae Moana, is to go before parliament next week. This was revealed at the United Nations Oceans Conference in New York…

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