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Polynesia’s Abrupt Climate Disruption – 600 Years Ago

What climate change means to today’s┬áPacific Islands is well known–sea level rise, typhoons, coral bleaching, drought, food insecurity, migration, and very likely, urgent relocation. It is a sustainability issue; sovereignty issue; survival issue; and at its roots, a deep social … Continue reading

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Samoa: Nearly A Year After Evan, Climate-Resilience Programming Takes Root

Nearly a year ago, Tropical Cyclone Evan plowed through the South Pacific, becoming the worst storm to hit the island nations of Samoa and Fiji in 20 years. In Samoa, infrastructure and the agricultural sector took a direct hit and … Continue reading

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