On February 10th, the traditionally designed, fossil fuel-free sailing canoe Okeanos Marshall Islands set sail for a two week voyage for the Nuclear Legacy/Marshallese Arts Project bringing much needed…

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A waka voyage down the North Island’s East Coast sailed through a surprising amount of microplastic pollution – and its leader wants action on the ocean scourge. Hawke’s Bay-based…

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As Cyclone Gita leaves Tonga battered, neighbouring Fiji has started moving some of its villages to higher ground. Just a few metres from the shoreline, a slab of concrete…

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About 20 voyagers and crew have sailed from Tauranga to New Zealand’s capital city using traditional navigational methods from ancient ancestors who voyaged the Pacific. Hinemoana is one of…

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A number of biologists have recently made the argument that extinction is part of evolution and that saving species need not be a conservation priority. But this revisionist thinking…

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A new scientific paper reveals the direct link between healthy coral reefs and shoreline stability, and field-tests an innovative risk reduction solution that combines engineering with reef restoration. The…

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Only two months after President Remengesau’s COP23 announcement of a regional Green Climate Fund proposal for a network of Okeanos Vaka Motus, boatbuilders in Auckland have been working tirelessly to make the Palau…

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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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It was a historical voyage for Okeanos Marianas with her crew. I would say, it was an epic one. Twenty-one challenging days roundtrip that taught us a lot patience with…

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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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