What the Boy Child Brings Us – El Niño and Implications for the Pacific this Season

Pacific Island Countries are known to host some of the most memorable soirees during the festive season, but are also the most vulnerable to extreme climatic events during the same. El Niño (pronounced ‘el

Read More

Renewable Energy (RE) Training at the PNG University of Technology

Since its inception, PNGUoT has always been a hub of energy training in several departments such as Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Applied Physics, Applied Science and Geographic

Read More

Unlocking Transparency: Fiji’s Fight Against IUU Fishing

Fiji is taking a firm stance in the global battle against illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing placing transparency at the forefront of their mission. The enormity of IUU fishing in Pacific tuna fisheries

Read More

Never forget, 1.5 to Stay Alive

Our rally call on our journey to COP28 It rests upon our shoulders to breathe life into our commitment to limit the global temperature increase to 1.5 degrees Celsius. We must not let the 1.5 rallying call be muted, as

Read More

Green Entrepreneurs Inspire Innovation and Sustainability at Pacific Islands Entrepreneurship Expo

Talei Tora, co-founder of GingerLei Fiji, Fiji’s very own ginger beer company emerged victorious in winning the best pitch at the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) Pacific Greenpreneurs Accelerator Regional Pitch

Read More

Niue Launches Ocean Protection Funding Initiative

Niue, a small island nation in the South Pacific, is taking a bold step towards its ambitious conservation goals with a first-of-its-kind sustainable funding initiative to safeguard its sovereign waters: Ocean

Read More

Providing Safe and Sustainable Water to Rural Communities

Papua New Guinea celebrated its Independence Day on 16 September with a public holiday on Friday, 15 September—marking the occasion in 2023. Moerk Water’s International Business Development Manager, Barbara

Read More

Climate Finance: Parametric Insurance in Vanuatu

A big VINAKA VAKALEVU (thanks) to Vanuatu Young Women For Change, Anne Pakoa and the diverse rural women leaders and first respondents of Vanuatu for opening up your space and affirming our feminist media work in Fiji

Read More

Climate Resilient Water Solutions for Pacific Island Countries

Pacific Island Countries vary in size, elevation and the availability of water resources. Large volcanic islands like Papua New Guinea, Fiji and Solomons Islands have abundant surface and groundwater resources while

Read More

‘Pacific Towing – Delivering More than Harbour Towage’

Melanesian marine services company, Pacific Towing (PacTow), assists an average of 3,500 vessels annually in five ports in Papua New Guinea, as well as in Honiara, Solomon Islands. Although harbour towage is PacTow’s

Read More

From Climate Crisis to Resilience

Tackling Water Challenges Through Water Stewardship Businesses and communities across the Pacific rely on freshwater resources for livelihood, agriculture, tourism, and cultural traditions. Yet the region faces

Read More

BSP Life’s Investment Portfolio Surpasses $1 Billion

Shiu Prasad is BSP Life’s oldest customer. Born in 1928, he purchased his first policy in 1968 as owner of T. Makanji shop in Sigatoka. Over the years, his policies have enabled him to expand into new business

Read More