Blogs

  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…

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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…

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  Okeanos Foundation’s newest vaka motu model, the Okeanos Marianas, has only traversed the waters of Saipan for nearly two weeks, yet the soon-to-be commercially operational sailing canoe is…

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  The America’s Pledge group claims to represent US majority opinion on carbon emissions, despite Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris agreement The United Nations should give a “seat at…

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Bula from Bonn! While the 23rd United Nations’ Conference of the Parties is underway in the idyllic German city of Bonn, COP23’s host country, Fiji, makes this year’s climate…

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  Iva Nancy Vunikura is in Bonn to save her native island of Fiji from extinction. She is just one of countless non-governmental organization members who have come to…

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  Halting dangerous global warming means putting the landmark Paris agreement into practice – without the US – and tackling the divisive issue of compensation What is happening? The…

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  Cities in tropical island states led by Fiji plan to team up with cities from New York to Malmo in Sweden to tackle rising sea levels and other…

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  Okeanos Marshall Islands, led by managing director Dustin LoMoki Langidrik, is serving the people of the outer islands with traditionally designed sustainable sea transportation. Okeanos Foundation is excited…

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  Okeanos Sustainable Sea Transport Ltd Vanuatu has recently won the sixteenth Annual Presentation of the Skål International Sustainable Tourism Award in the Transportation Category. The trophy was awarded…

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