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Dwain Qalovaki points to the docked vessel and describes to me what exactly the Uto ni Yalo is. “It translates to ‘heart of the spirit,’ and it’s a traditional…

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Fiji’s prime minister has told a climate conference in Fiji that everyone needs to be more ambitious to reach climate change goals. Frank Bainimarama was addressing delegates at the…

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Nov 30, 2017

Traditional approach

The solution to Fiji’s problems, be it climate change, global warming or diminishing natural resources, lies in the practices of our forefathers. Recognising this, the Pacific Blue Foundation is…

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Sixty thousand nautical miles is the equivalent of having voyaged the world three times. A daughter of Gau, Ivanancy Vunikura has sailed more than that. It’s a world record…

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Bula from Bonn! While the 23rd United Nations’ Conference of the Parties is underway in the idyllic German city of Bonn, COP23’s host country, Fiji, makes this year’s climate…

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  Iva Nancy Vunikura is in Bonn to save her native island of Fiji from extinction. She is just one of countless non-governmental organization members who have come to…

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  Halting dangerous global warming means putting the landmark Paris agreement into practice – without the US – and tackling the divisive issue of compensation What is happening? The…

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  Cities in tropical island states led by Fiji plan to team up with cities from New York to Malmo in Sweden to tackle rising sea levels and other…

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Make the fight to defend the Ocean a personal fight and make it your fight. This was the final plea of by Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama today at the…

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Bainimarama opens United Nations Ocean Conference SUVA, Fiji – Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says Fiji seeks the commitment of all 7.5 billion people on planet Earth to ensure the health…

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