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Custom Festival for Conservation in Western Santo, Vanuatu

By Konse Vesen from the Santo Sunset Environment Network | Sept 2021 The chiefs and traditional authorities of Western Santo successfully concluded a Custom and Conservation Festival this month to promote and revive custom and traditional knowledge for sustainable development and environmental protection on Western Santo. With custom stories, dancing, music, cooking, slow food, agriculture, […]

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Indigenous Protected Areas for Climate Resilience in Vanuatu

By Santo Sunset Environment Network | July 2021 The Santo Sunset Environment Network is working with indigenous Environmental Rangers from across Western Santo in the Republic of Vanuatu to establish conservation areas for climate change resilience. Recently, 30 male and female rangers met in the high-mountain village of Valapei to refine their skills on using […]

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Three years on from the IPCC 1.5ºC report, Pacific voices still leading

By Maia Germano | January 2021 The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Special Report of 1.5°C Global Warming outlines the possibility that some low-lying atolls will become uninhabitable by 2030 and submerged by 2100. Pacific Islands have contributed the least to the causes of climate change but are facing the most immediate and direct […]

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Uriam’s Story

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Uriam’s Story

Mauri! My name is Uriam Amoone and this is my story to you all. I am currently 21 years old and live in South Tarawa the most populated atoll in Kiribati. I was born and raised in South Tarawa and I have spent my whole life in Tarawa.

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Rarangaa taai aika ana roko – weave the days to come

Arti Chetty | Pacific Climate Warriors | July 2020 We are Pacific Climate Warriors (PCW), Kulin Nation based in Melbourne, Australia.  PCW are active in 18 Pacific Island nations and also in diaspora communities in Australia, New Zealand and the United States. We work closely with 350.org Pacific to fight for climate justice for our […]

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