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Vanuatu

  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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  Eruption threat means all 11,000 people of Ambae in the Pacific need to leave – and with sparse official help, they are getting off any way they can…

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  It’s 21:00, on the 24 of March 2017. We leave Port-Vila for our first trip to the Shepherds Islands. It’s cold at night, wet, I’m sneezing. Doesn’t matter,…

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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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The Government of Vanuatu has welcomed the statements of many world leaders, reaffirming their commitment to the Paris Agreement. In a statement issued yesterday, the Minister of Climate Change…

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Category 4 storm bearing down on New Caledonia Tropical Cyclone Donna appears to have weakened slightly after briefly becoming the strongest out-of-season storm ever recorded in the Southern Hemisphere….

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‘Such appointment has never been made by the tribe before, culturally women are prohibited to hold such customary position’ PORT VILA, Vanuatu – The society has been tirelessly advocating…

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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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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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The Okeanos Vanuatu is about to launch its eco-tourism program paired with sustainable transport awareness. This boat is actually a Vaka, a sailing canoe built according to traditional Polynesian…

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