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RNZ Pacific The Marshall Islands has issued a plea for help and a call to action at the US Leaders Summit on Climate Change. Addressing the...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk A Chinese official characterised the US return to the international climate scene, not unfairly, as a “truant getting back to class”,...

ANALYSIS: By James Renwick, Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington New Zealand’s Climate Change Commission this week released its long-anticipated advice to the...

By Craig McCulloch, RNZ News deputy political editor New Zealand is heading for a major upheaval under a landmark plan to combat the climate crisis...

COMMENTARY: By Bryan Bruce On Wednesday, from behind a wall of bulletproof glass, outgoing US President Donald Trump told a crowd of his supporters to...

COMMENT: By Ena Manuireva and Tony Fala in Auckland Tomorrow – November 25 – is D-Day for Tahitian pro-independence leader Oscar Temaru’s trial in New...

ANALYSIS: By Christian Downie, Australian National University When the US formally left the Paris climate agreement, Joe Biden tweeted that “in exactly 77 days, a...

ANALYSIS: By David Hall, Auckland University of Technology A pandemic can change the foundations of a society. But if this happens in New Zealand over...

By RNZ News The Green Party say voters have given a strong signal they are valued in the New Zealand government, and they have ambitions...

The project video - read the linked story. By Sri Krishnamurthi of the Pacific Media Centre Climate change action has been "shelved" for the moment in...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk A new look Regional Fisheries Ministers (RFMM) group met for the first time virtually last week to discuss the state of...

By Sri Krishnamurthi, contributing editor of Pacific Media Watch In an innovative new development, Internews' Earth Journalism Network (EJN) will partner with the Pacific Media...

By Imelda V. Abano in Manila Indigenous people across the world are disproportionately affected by climate change. They are also leading movements to protect our...

DISPATCH FROM THE PACIFIC: By Professor Elisabeth Holland. She writes from a remote island in Fiji’s Koro Sea where she went to stay out...

By Will Steffen of the Australian National University Opposition leader Anthony Albanese’s announcement on Friday that a Labor government in Australia would adopt a target...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Young Pasifika performers and artists came together last week for Moana Loloto, a night of indigenous storytelling to explore four pressing...

By Jamie Tahana of RNZ Pacific For 74-year-old Teaga Esekia, a chief from the Tuvalu island of Vaitupu, the ocean is a lifeblood. "Tuvaluans, they have...

By Ayla Miller  Pasifika people in New Zealand need to take charge against climate change which is already threatening their home islands, an Auckland hui...

By RNZ Pacific Tuvalu's Prime Minister has condemned the Australian Prime Minister's conduct at last week's Pacific Islands Forum, calling Scott Morrison's attitude "unfortunate" and "neo-colonial,"...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Wording has played a crucial role in a reportedly "fierce" Pacific Islands Forum in Tuvalu with Australia allegedly managing to alter...

By Jamie Tahana of RNZ Pacific There was a frenetic energy outside the Sir Tomasi Puapua Convention Centre on Sunday, where the finishing touches were...

By RNZ Pacific Indigenous Pacific knowledge should inform the science to save the world's oceans. That was the consensus among Pacific ocean scientists and other regional...