Category: Climate Change


Eliza Kukutu- March 30, 2023

Pacific Island Youths have expressed gratitude following a historic win at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) after the United Nations has just brought the ... Read More

15 Pacific Island Governments Commits on Early Childhood Development to ensure No Child is Left Behind

Fredrick Kusu- February 24, 2023

At the final day of discussions on Early Childhood Development (ECD) at the three days ECD Forum in Nadi, Fiji, 15 Pacific Island Government representatives ... Read More

Climate Change related Loss and Damage to Islands and Culture in the Solomons is ‘Too Valuable to be Valued’

Fredrick Kusu- December 7, 2022

World leaders and negotiators on 20 November had approved a decision on the COP27 agenda on ‘Loss and Damage’ which would create a fund to ... Read More

COP27: Youth from the Pacific seek International Court of Justice opinion on climate change and human rights

Fredrick Kusu- November 17, 2022

Pacific Island countries that are highly vulnerable to the catastrophic impacts of human- induced climate change, have asked the International court of justice for an ... Read More

“We Cannot wait for another COP’’ Solomon Islands tell World Leaders

Fredrick Kusu- November 15, 2022

Just days after the 27th Climate Change Conference (COP27) started in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, the Solomon Islands was hit by a three-day heavy downpour associated ... Read More

‘Loss and Damage’ Now at COP27 Agenda, why is it such a big deal for Solomon Islands

Fredrick Kusu- November 9, 2022

Powerful cyclones and other weather extreme events are striking every corner of the Pacific Region increasing economic and human toll that countries could not adequately ... Read More

PM Sogavare told PIF-US Summit that IUU fishing is a global scourge undermining efforts to sustainable Management of Pacific Fisheries

Fredrick Kusu- September 30, 2022

Prime Minister, Hon. Manasseh Sogavare has had a very productive engagement at the Pacific Islands Forum-US Summit underway in Washington DC.  Day one began with ... Read More