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The 2015 Forum Communique is an official report of the Pacific Islands Forum Leaders’ Retreat. It covers a total of 20 agendas varying on different areas and issues including 2 declarations.
President Tong has bowed out of the Pacific Islands Forum – in what is deemed his last forum as leader of Kiribati, with an honorary award and $5 million PNG-Kina.
An 8.3 magnitude earthquake in the Chilean central zone has put the Pacific, including Kiribati, on tsunami alert. Authorities say tsunami impact to Kiribati will be low risk but precautionary measures should be taken.
People’s life in the Pacific is a big laughing joke: Australian Minister of Immigration and Prime Minister Tony Abbott
While climate change is an issue that concerns the life and very existence of people in the Pacific Island nations, it is somehow a big laughing joke according to Australian Minister of Immigration Peter Dutton and Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Climate Change was a top agenda for Pacific Island leaders at the recently concluded 46th
Four new ambassadors’ met with President Anote Tong last Monday to present their Letters of Credence as accredited Ambassadors’ to the Republic of Kiribati.
A contract for Rain Water Harvesting Works was signed between the Ministry of Public Works and Utilities (MPWU) and King Holdings Ltd. The provision of rainwater in North Tarawa is primarily aimed at trying to provide a reserve water supply for drought times.
The European Union has just announced a 23 million Euro grant for Kiribati, to develop Kiritimati Island in Kiribati and thereby also alleviating climate change threats.
Kiribati holds successful joint-side event with Taiwan at the margins of UNFCCC meeting in Lima, Peru
The Kiribati – ITRI joint side event at the COP20/CMP10 in Lima, Peru delivered an emotional but captivating climate change story to the full packed room of partners, COP20 delegates, and spectators.
Coalition of Low Lying Atoll Nations on Climate Change meets at sidelines of UNFCCC meeting in Lima, Peru
A meeting of the Coalition of Low Lying Atoll Nations on Climate Change, held at the busy sidelines of the ongoing UNFCCC Conference of Parties in Lima, Peru, met last week and has agreed on a road map to achieve three immediate major goals of the Coalition.