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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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Tonga will continue the efforts to have renewable energy providing 70 percent of the country’s power supply needs, with solar power being an important part of that investment, the…

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Gaualofa departed the Apia Harbour yesterday afternoon for Falese’ela; their first stop to conduct the Guardians Va’a-based Environmental Education Campaign. According to a media release issued by the Samoa…

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From Alaska to Australia, scientists are turning to the knowledge of traditional people for a deeper understanding of the natural world. What they are learning is helping them discover…

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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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Work has begun to incorporate aspects of the traditional Samoan voyaging canoe (va’a) based culture and environmental education program into Samoa’s school curriculum. Staff from the Ministry of Education…

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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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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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OPINION: Growing up, met with vindictive comments whenever we try to learn about our culture, it’s easy to just turn our back on it all – and that’s why…

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Hoturoa Barclay-Kerr has been named a Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit in this year’s Queen’s Honours. The master waka voyager, who has been sailing for over 35…

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