At the invitation of Kiribati president Taneti Mamau, Okeanos Marshall Islands sails to Kiribati to join their Independence Day Celebration on July 12th. Angelo Smith is the captain for…

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On July 5th, Okeanos Marianas arrived at the sacred island of Satawal, the island where Captain Cecilio Raiukiulipiy was born and raised. Quote from watch captain Andrea Carr’s most…

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The waka hourua Tairawhiti ‘floating classroom’ The waka hourua Tairawhiti “floating classroom” sailed from Gisborne port yesterday on its first official education voyage for students. On board were 17…

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A coalition hopes to achieve a network of marine protected areas in the vast Southern Ocean by 2020. Earle argues that the health of the planet itself is at stake….

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GEOMAR oceanographers reveal gaps in previous model calculations Measurements as well as model calculations equally show that the oxygen inventory of the oceans is decreasing. However, the models underestimate…

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Pacific Islanders are banding together to bring attention to the tons of plastic waste washing up on once-pristine shores. Churning seas, courtesy of Cyclone Gita, crash against the sides…

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Pontiff says clean energy is needed as climate change risks destroying humanity Pope Francis has told oil company chiefs that the world must switch to clean energy because climate…

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OMI received funds from Kora In Okrane – KIO‘s to conduct a week-long training course for KIO’s “Summer Brain Gain” Program. The Okeanos Marshall Islands crew was extremely honored…

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A life on the ocean began when a nine-year-old saw an old waka taua on the Waitematā harbour As part of its Waka Odyssey, the 2018 New Zealand Festival…

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The United States says it’s working to improve access to the UN Green Climate Fund for Pacific Islands. Fiji’s prime minister Frank Bainimarama had said stringent criteria around access…

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