Costs tumble in renewable energy

AFTER years of dependence on fossil fuels, the good news from the international agency on renewable energy, IRENA is that the cost

We’re referendum-ready

BOUGAINVILLEANS are to vote in June this year to decide whether to remain part of Papua New Guinea or to be independent.

Going Renewable

Pacific island states take the lead in energy transformation WITH the world going out in a large way towards adopting green and

No more tokens please

Australia needs to treat the Pacific with a little more respect THE flying visit by Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, this month

Falling short at COP24

TOO watered down and stripped of a clear sense of urgency is how some experts have labelled the outcomes of COP24 at

A Forum in Limbo?

Eleven days after the Nauru PIF Leaders’ Meeting last September, the Premier of Niue, Sir Toke Talagi, said on Radio New Zealand

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