It’s called “The Runit Dome,” but locals call it “The Tomb.” In the 1970s, the United States built the huge concrete structure in the Marshall Islands to house nuclear…

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Visiting the ruins of Nan Madol in the Federated States of Micronesia is like stepping into an Indiana Jones movie. Twisted trees sprout from the massive, moss-covered stone columns…

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Pacific voyagers from several countries are expected to sail into Pohnpei this June on two newly built traditional, fossil fuel-free sailing canoes — Okeanos Palau and Okeanos Waa’qab —…

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Pacific Voyager Aunofo Havea of the Tonga Voyaging Society kicked off World Oceans Week at The Explorers Club in NYC with a thought-provoking panel discussion around women in the…

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President Trump has made eliminating federal regulations a priority. His administration, with help from Republicans in Congress, has often targeted environmental rules it sees as burdensome to the fossil…

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Junk and unhealthy foods have been banned from schools around Samoa. The initiative announced by the Ministry of Health on Friday was part of the World Food Safety Day commemoration…

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As our ohana from the Cook Islands Voyaging Society are approaching the home country of their vaka Marumaru Atua, we would like to share with you three selected blogs…

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Pacific voyagers from over six island countries are expected to arrive in Port Vila aboard two traditionally based, fossil fuel-free sailing canoes Okeanos Palau and Okeanos Waa’qab this weekend….

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Northland Te Tai Tokerau leader Sir Hekenukumai Busby, known affectionately as Sir Hek, has died. The world-renowned carver and traditional navigator of Te Rarawa and Ngāti Kahu descent was…

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The Okeanos Vanuatu team had the pleasure of meeting the captain and crew of Breguet Explorer from the Race for Water Foundation in Port Vila, Vanuatu. Race for Water…

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