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2017 February

Tuvalu steps up climate action

TUVALU Prime Minister Enele Sosene Sopoaga has not rested. Barely settled at home after the 22nd session of the Conference of the

2016 October

Turf wars

SPC may need to absorb SPREP, says study REDIFINING and differentiating mandates could be the way out to resolving overlapping and the so

2016 June

Where was the Pacific?

Conference offers answers but no seats A MODERN day land-based engineering feat which has added 250 metres of the coastline of eight

2016 February

De Brum’s coalition a ‘show’

TWO months after the Pacific joined the world in adopting a new agreement on climate change, news are just emerging that all

2016 January

COMPROMISED COP21 deal

TWENTY years of negotiations culminating in intense and physically as well as emotionally draining deliberations in which negotiators burnt the midnight oil

2016 January

New smoke, old mirrors

IN Paris last month, Australian Prime Minister Turnbull announced that “Australia will contribute at least $1 billion over the next five years