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Marshall Islands

On 18 September another history in the Marshall Islands was marked with the arrival of the sailing vessel Kwai. SV Kwai sails the vast Pacific Ocean to advocate low carbon…

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The S/pacifics of Salt Water Humanity emerged from the oceans, as did all life on this planet. Our bodies are 60 percent brine—we carry this marine heritage with us…

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Many Marshallese have their own migration story. Our migration story began when we moved from the capital city of Majuro to Hawai’i for work and educational opportunities. These opportunities…

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Now is a time for courage. It will take sacrifices from everyone for us all to survive, the president of the Marshall Islands writes My country joined the United…

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As the whole world is battling COVID-19, the Marshall Islands is still faced with a Dengue Fever outbreak that started on the atoll of Ebeye in July 2019, before…

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On 1 July 2020 the first Traditional Navigation Training Program offered by the College of Micronesia (COM-FSM) in collaboration with Okeanos Foundation started at the FSM-FMI campus in Yap,…

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Litokne Kabua, a young climate activist from the Marshall Islands, highlights the experience of small island communities living with the impacts of climate change. He implores world leaders to take action before it…

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The future of tourism in the ‘blue’ Pacific must be green, according to the head of South Pacific Tourism, Chris Cocker. Pacific economies are reeling from the impact of…

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As a new decade dawns much of the Pacific is grappling with major upheavals from climate and health crises to political disruption and self-determination struggles. RNZ Pacific’s Jamie Tahana…

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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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