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US, Pacific Island Forum Leaders Hold Dialogue in Papua New Guinea
Leaders Convene at UN Forum to Address Asia-Pacific’s Climate Change Threat
World Bank Supports Marshall Islands Fisheries for Food Security, Jobs & Incomes
Australia, New Zealand and World Bank partner to boost Pacific aid
AFP and Pacific police forces set forensic agenda
Australian foreign minister to visit New Caledonia and Tuvalu
World Bank Urges Urgent Action to Reduce Fiji’s Debt Levels
UN seeks International Courts opinion on states climate obligations
2023 Pacific Language Weeks Dates Announced
Govt delivers on Dawn Raids pledge
UN Supports Vanuatu Aid Effort After Cyclones, Quake
UNICEF Concerned for Children in Vanuatu Twin Cyclones
ACIAR at Pacific Week of Agriculture & Forestry
Fiji Analyzes Cost of Cutting GHG Emissions
Maldives Could Be Saved from Rising Seas: Study
2023 Shaping Up To Be Big Year For Climate Action
More countries join UN treaty to advance cross-border paperless trade in Asia and Pacific
Future-proofing cybersecurity in Indo-Pacific region
Sixth Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development
Many Pacific nations now have falling populations
ICBL Statement on Stockpile Destruction, Mine Ban Treaty 20th Meeting of States Parties
Adapting to a hotter planet has never been more important, and progress edged forward at COP27
Fiji, UN and partners deploy medical personnel and supplies in solidarity with Tuvalu’s Covid response effort
Latest COP27 draft cover – Greenpeace Comment
State of Climate in South-West Pacific highlights increasing threat of climate change
An entire Pacific country will upload itself to metaverse
AUSTRAC joins Pacific partners to combat financial crime across region
Greenpeace comment on COP27 Presidency’s skeleton outline of possible cover note
Group of Blockers: Developed countries choking urgent Loss and Damage demands
Poor nations face a $1 trillion ‘loss and damage’ bill, but rich nations won’t pay up
After decades putting brakes on global action, does Australia deserve to host UN climate talks with Pacific nations?
Further pandemic support to Pacific
Senior faith leaders call on Albanese to increase ambition on climate
Building Economic Inclusion via Blue Economy Program
Tuvalu National Day 1 October
Declaration on U.S.-Pacific Partnership
Render Safe contingent locates WWII bombs in Tuvalu waters
Australia to assist regional partners with Montreal Protocol
Language provides hope for Tuvalu
Asia-Pacific is key to disaster risk reduction targets
Australian foreign minister to visit United Kingdom with Pacific leaders for State Funeral for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Deputy Secretary Sherman’s Meeting with Tuvalu Prime Minister Natano
Climate crisis is real – but overusing terms like ‘crisis’ and ’emergency’ comes with risk
Defence Force to support Pacific on maritime security
Will Australia’s new climate policy be enough to reset relations with Pacific nations?
Pacific leaders call on Australia to address key security threat ahead of crucial meeting
Rescuing progress and moving forward on 2030 Agenda
Improving early warnings in Caribbean, Pacific and Southeast Asia