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As Pacific islanders, we are leading the way to end the world’s addiction to fossil fuels | Ralph Regenvanu Seve Paeniu
Today’s IPCC report has given a ‘final warning’ to avert global catastrophe. We call on all world leaders to urgently transition to renewables, write politicians Ralph Regenvanu and Seve Paeniu

Ralph Regenvanu and Seve Paeniu

20, Mar, 2023 @4:49 PM

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Tuvalu first to call for fossil fuel non-proliferation treaty at Cop27
Pacific islands nation, which is acutely vulnerable to sea level rises, joins nearby Vanuatu in seeking phase-out of coal, oil and gas

Oliver Milman

08, Nov, 2022 @11:30 AM

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‘It was like an apocalyptic movie’: 20 climate photographs that changed the world
They are the images that made us sit up and take notice. As world leaders gather for Cop27, these pictures prove that global heating isn’t a distant possibility – it’s already here

Gabrielle Schwarz

05, Nov, 2022 @11:00 AM

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Could a digital twin of Tuvalu preserve the island nation before it’s lost to the collapsing climate?
With rising seas expected to submerge the nation by 2100, official says ‘we should always be able to remember Tuvalu as it is, before it disappears’

Tory Shepherd

29, Sep, 2022 @5:30 PM

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The big idea: do nations really need borders?
In an era of global heating, fixed boundaries may soon be unsustainable. What are the alternatives?

James Crawford

01, Aug, 2022 @11:30 AM

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Tuvalu’s beach volleyball team take stage for nation hit by climate crisis
Pacific island pair lost to England at the Commonwealth Games but won hearts and minds in Birmingham

Tumaini Carayol at Smithfield

30, Jul, 2022 @6:22 PM

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Smiles and unity at the Pacific Islands Forum mask tough questions shelved for another day
While leaders presented a picture of harmony, more vexing topics like Australia’s fossil fuel ambitions and China were kicked down the road

Kate Lyons in Suva

16, Jul, 2022 @1:35 AM

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Serious defects discovered in patrol boats Australia supplied to Pacific Islands
Potentially serious faults in Guardian-class patrol boats may force some countries to pause use of vessels

Daniel Hurst Foreign affairs and defence correspondent

30, Jun, 2022 @5:30 PM

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Freedom and fear: life in one of the few countries that Covid hasn’t touched
Pacific island countries like Tuvalu are among the very last places that have remained Covid-free throughout the pandemic

Puaseiese Adrienne Pedro in Funafuti

15, Apr, 2022 @8:00 PM

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Cop26: Pacific delegates condemn ‘monumental failure’ that leaves islands in peril
Representatives particularly disappointed by softened language on coal and a lack of funding to pay for loss and damages

Lagipoiva Cherelle Jackson

15, Nov, 2021 @4:14 AM

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In Samoa we are born into land, climate change threatens to take it away from us
Everyone in the Pacific has stories of times the climate crisis hit our lives. For me, it is the birth of my daughter between cyclones

Lagipoiva Cherelle Jackson

14, Oct, 2021 @6:00 PM

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Forget GDP, ‘vulnerability index best gauges aid’ to small islands
Commonwealth research says UVI is better measure of small island states’ aid needs, especially on climate

Saeed Kamali Dehghan

01, Jul, 2021 @6:00 AM

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