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RNZ Pacific Pacific civil society organisations say COP26 was the most exclusionary and inequitable of the annual United Nations climate negotiations so far and the...

COMMENTARY: By Reverend James Bhagwan The climate emergency is the result of an ethical, moral and spiritual crisis, manifested in a fixation on profit. The extractive...

COMMENTARY: By the Cook Islands Prime Minister Mark Brown After years of empty promises by major emitters, it's time to deliver on climate financing. The world...

By Johnny Blades, RNZ Pacific journalist The head of the Pacific Islands Forum says New Zealand's climate aid boost augurs well heading into COP26, and...

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”,...

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 A Relocation Trust Fund will be set up by the Fiji government to help villages facing the threat of climate change. Economy...

ANALYSIS: By Megan Darby, deputy editor of Climate Home News Fiji’s presidency of the United Nations climate talks was an unprecedented opportunity for the Pacific...

French President Emmanuel Macron appeals to the world to do more on climate change. Video: Al Jazeera French President Emmanuel Macron has delivered a rallying...

By Kendall Hutt in Auckland By the end of the 21st century, sea levels are expected to rise by a maximum of 1.5 metres as...

Oxfam New Zealand says the Government's finance towards Pacific climate change is business focused and does not benefit families in need. Rachael Le Mesurier, Oxfam...

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...