The traditional, fossil fuel-free sailing canoe Okeanos Pohnpei departed last Sept. 20 on a scheduled trip for the mayor of Pingelap, transporting 6,000 lbs of goods and six passengers…

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His Excellency David W. Panuelo, President and Head of Government of the Federated States of Micronesia, adressed the general debate of the 74th Session of the General Assembly of…

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Last Friday, 20 September, our vaka in Pohnpei, the Okeanos Messenger, departed on a scheduled trip for the Pingelap municipal government transporting 3t of goods and 6 passengers from Pohnpei…

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As young people across the planet march on cities to demand action, those in territories already suffering the dire impact of environmental catastrophe add their voices to calls for…

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What do the Marshall Islands and Bangladesh have in common? Not much one could argue, since the small island – or big ocean – state has only 74,500 inhabitants…

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We love what our crewmembers are doing to better our shared planet. While we have featured the advanced work of crewmember Linda Furuto in the past, we’d like to…

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As Singapore looks to develop initiatives to deal with rising sea levels brought on by climate change, CNA visited the tiny Pacific island nation of Palau where environmental issues…

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On Tuesday, August 27th, sophomores and juniors of Yap Catholic High School joined the crew of Okeanos Waa’qab and Okeanos Ambassador along with members of the Yap Department of…

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Native maritime communities are rediscovering their heritage by learning how to craft and paddle together aboard the ancient dugout vessels of their past Suspended above a sea of visitors…

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A traditional vaka leaves Tahiti today for New Zealand with its crew retracing the pathways of their Pacific ancestors. The Tahitian double-hulled canoe, Fa’afaite, is part of a flotilla…

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