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Asia Pacific Report Barangay New Zealand's Rene Molina has interviewed the country's first Filipino Green MP Francisco Hernandez who was sworn into Parliament yesterday as...

By Kaneta Naimatu in Suva Journalists in the Pacific region play an important role as the “eyes and ears on the ground” when it comes...

By Lydia Lewis, RNZ Pacific journalist A former Tuvalu prime minister says while the New Zealand government's oil and gas plans show it is concerned...

Wansolwara The news media’s crucial role in climate change and environment journalism was the focus of The University of the South Pacific’s Journalism Programme 2024...

Pacific Media Watch Earthwise presenters Lois and Martin Griffiths on Plains FM 96.9 community radio talk to Dr David Robie, a New Zealand author, independent...

By Monika Singh of Wansolwara The fourth smallest country in the world with a population of just over 11,000 people --  Tuvalu -- fears being...

By Caleb Fotheringham, RNZ Pacific journalist A political commentator says Green Party co-leader James Shaw was a "friend of the Pacific". Shaw, who was previously New...

By Kalinga Seneviratne in Suva Right across the South Pacific region, communities are no longer living on idyllic islands -- they are facing serious problems...

By Eloise Gibson, RNZ climate change correspondent Scientists studying dramatic Antarctic sea ice loss have called for urgent reductions to greenhouse gases to keep the...

By Anneke Smith, RNZ News political reporter New Zealand First leader Winston Peters has been spreading misleading climate information at public meetings during the Aotearoa...

By Isabella Kaminski in Hamburg The heads of small island states -- including four Pacific countries -- most vulnerable to climate change have criticised “endless”...

By Kalinga Seneviratne in Suva While Japan’s discharge of nuclear waste waters into the Pacific from its Fukushima nuclear plant has been drawing flak across...

By Eleisha Foon, RNZ Pacific journalist A young Samoan climate activist says the UN's new guidance on children's rights to a clean, healthy and sustainable...

RNZ Pacific The board chair of the Office of Hawai'ian Affairs says the Maui wildfires were caused in part by climate change and colonisation. Carmen Lindsey...

By Finau Fonua, RNZ Pacific journalist The death toll from the devastating wildfire that engulfed the historic beachside town of Lāhainā on the island of...

By David Robie Two researchers examining responses to conspiratorial pandemic narratives have warned Aotearoa New Zealand not to be complacent over the risk of fringe...

By Gorethy Kenneth in Port Moresby One of the world’s top leaders and G7 member French President Emmanuel Macron had his one-on–one bilateral talks with...

By Joeli Bili in Suva Around the world, today - July 26 --  is commemorated as the International Day for the Conservation of the Mangrove...

By Susana Suisuiki, RNZ Pacific journalist The New Zealand government has committed $15 million to support Solomon Islands provincial administrations to strengthen climate resilience at...

By Koroi Hawkins, RNZ Pacific editor; Kelvin Anthony, RNZ Pacific lead digital journalist; and Rachael Nath, RNZ Pacific journalist A group of former leaders of...

By Kalinga Seneviratne in Suva There was euphoria at the campus of the University of the South Pacific (USP) in Suva in Fiji last Thursday...

Monday’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report has given a "final warning" to avert global catastrophe. Pacific cabinet ministers call on all world...