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By Ratri M. Siniwi and Muham in Jakarta Palm oil is an important commodity for Indonesia's economy, contributing US$17.8 billion, or about 12 percent, to...

By Kendall Hutt Young environmentalists were on the front lines of the fight against oil and gas exploration in New Zealand today with the People's...

By Abishek Chand in Suva Student journalists of the University of the South Pacific have been reminded about the threat of climate change and the...

By Ratri M. Siniwi in Jakarta The World Wildlife Fund Indonesia has called for the conservation of birds-of-paradise - especially in Papua. Locally known as cendrawasih,...

Estonia may lie a continent and an ocean away from the two biggest polluters in the world – China and the United States –...

China is currently building more coal plants than it needs and in doing so is misallocating capital at an unprecedented rate. As of July 2016,...

The Schlumberger seismic survey vessel, Amazon Warrior, seismic blasting approximately 120 nautical miles off the East Coast of New Zealand's North Island. Video: Nigel...

At least two children in the Nissan islands have been injured, falling off trees in desperate search for food, as climate change takes its toll...

The death rates associated with non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in Small Island Developing States (SIDS), was referred to as a “man-made crisis” by the UN...

Scientists in Samoa have issued a dire warning about the fate of the national bird, which features on the country's bank notes and coins. Acccording...

Report and video story by TJ Aumua for Asia Pacific Report Name: Jale Samuwai Curuki Age: 30 Occupation: PhD candidate, University of the South Pacific Passion: Accounting, climate...

By Vanuatu Daily Digest Imagine With Me is a new Vanuatu Tourism Office promotion video shot in several spectacular locations around Efate island by local production...

The Pacific Islands are a step closer to having their very own Pacific Climate Change Centre to be hosted at the Secretariat of the...

By Simon Albert, Alistair Grinham, Badin Gibbes, Javier Leon and John Church Sea-level rise, erosion and coastal flooding are some of the greatest challenges facing...

Fires in Indonesia, which burned more than 2.1 million hectares of forest and peatlands in 2015, have raged in dry seasons year on year,...

Almost two months following the most devastating cyclone to have ever hit Fiji, the country’s people and biodiversity are still struggling towards recovery, Anuja...

By Thomas Leaycraft of Scoop The "window of possibility" for less than 2 degree C temperature rise will close in the next 10 years, says...

By Thomas Leaycraft of Scoop When Kiribati President Anote Tong told his story about climate change to the United Nations General Assembly, they didn’t listen. “They...

One of the biggest and most controversial trade deals in history has been signed by ministers from the Asia-Pacific region and the Americas, as...

Report by Pacific Media Watch in Apia Pacific delegations to COP21 were part of the historic Paris Agreement on Climate Change reached by negotiators last...

Report by Pep Canadell and Rob Jackson in Sydney The Paris climate agreement is an extraordinary achievement. It codifies the long-term goal of keeping global...

By Kumi Naidoo in Paris THE WHEEL of climate action turns slowly, but in Paris it has turned. There’s much in this deal - the...