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By Thomas Leaycraft of Scoop Paula Bennett, New Zealand's Minister for Climate Change, has acknowledged that widespread action is needed to tackle climate change. Making brief...

By Thomas Leaycraft of Scoop Climate change activists have to be prepared for a confrontation with oil companies that will "flat out lie", says environmental...

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...

By Thomas Leaycraft of Scoop New Zealand needs to acknowledge that Pacific Island nations face an “ecological holocaust” and “ecocide” thanks to climate change, says...

Victoria University Vice-Chancellor Grant Guilford told delegates at the opening of a university-hosted Pacific Climate Change Conference today that politicians need to act now...

Kiribati’s President Anote Tong, a leading advocate for the Pacific over climate change, is one the keynote speakers at a landmark conference on the...

The science is clear, climate change is upon us and nowhere is the impact more serious than in the Pacific. Next week, Victoria University is...

Small countries need to make a big noise, climate change expert James Renwick says will be his message to the In the Eye of...

By Anita Roberts in Port Vila Thousands of reef fish of different sizes and species have died suddenly on the reef at Pango village near...

From SciDev.Net By Dyna Rochmyaningsih in Jakarta Scientists in South-East Asia and the United Kingdom’s Met Office have teamed up to develop a model that predicts...

PlanetFM Protests against the TPPA protests, the climate change movement post-Paris 2015, and the run up to Waitangi day ... Unite Union's Joe Carolan talks to...

From Indepth News By Shailendra Singh in Suva Discussions about the concept of "Global Citizenship" are gaining momentum in various international forums, but remain largely unexplored...

Report from Common Dreams "The governments of the world may rule the world but they don’t own the world." In this analysis, Jeremy Brecher reflects...

Report from National Geographic By Janice Cantieri in Tarawa “If, one day, the waves take away these sacred places and they’re gone, we will keep on...

Report from Eco Watch By Andy Rowell of Oil Change International Corporate Accountability International (CAI) released a report exposing the “filthy” track record of some of...

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...

New China TV video clip of the historic moment Report by Pacific Media Watch Delegates from 195 nations have reached an unprecedented agreement on global climate...

Report by Rapid News Organisers of the #COP21 climate talks in Paris say a final draft text has been agreed after nearly two weeks of...

Report by Makereta Komai in Paris The three major oil and gas economies - Russia, Saudi Arabia and Venezuela - have emerged as main stumbling...