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The world’s scientists vehemently condemn the captivity of whales, dolphins and porpoises, and it’s time that we listened to them. Twenty marine mammal biologists from around the world recently…

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A Smithsonian scholar and student of Pacific Island sea voyaging both loves and hates the new Disney film I’ve said it before and I will say it again: the…

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The island of Ta’u in American Samoa now boasts a solar microgrid from Tesla’s SolarCity. Ta’u, American Samoa — On a recent Wednesday evening on the island of Ta’u…

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The Pacific Community (SPC) and the European Union will support the coconut industry in Samoa and Vanuatu as part of a new regional initiative to improve small producer’s business…

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Fiji’s first community managed cocoa processing unit was launched in Lutu Village, Naitasiri, today. The processing unit, consisting of a fermenter and a cocoa dryer, was provided by the…

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Women’s participation in the Pacific region’s collective response to the impacts of climate change will be an essential component to realizing the global am­­bition of leaving no one behind,…

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Leaders of Vanuatu province want to turn local people and tourists away from unhealthy imports in favour of locally grown crops and seafood A group of south Pacific islands…

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Australian Ambassador for Climate Change Hon. Patrick Suckling was recently in Suva for bilateral talks with the Fiji Government who is the current President of the Conference of Parties…

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Two young women are about to enter a male dominant arena. Teira Tohu and Hinerapa Rupuha are aiming to become one of New Zealand’s fewest female master navigators. Among…

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Some scientists feel uncomfortable about the Science March, arguing that it will ‘politicize’ science. I couldn’t disagree more. Earlier today, the organizers of the D.C. March for Science announced…

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