Centering Climate Change in the China-US Competition
By Matt Holbrook
Climate change in the Indo-Pacific will have a very real impact on the outcome of any potential great power conflict within the region.
Ahead of UN Vote, Vanuatu Says: We Must Fight for Climate Justice
By Jotham Napat and Patricia Scotland
If we value human rights and the rule of law, then we must fight for climate justice, argue Vanuatu's foreign minister and the Commonwealth's secretary-general.
What Did the US-Pacific Summit Achieve?
By Patricia O’Brien
For all the talk of China and geopolitics, climate change and funding remained at the top of Pacific leaders’ agenda.
Kiribati Announces Plans to Raise Islands Above Rising Seas
By Joshua Mcdonald
As climate change and sea level rise threaten to inundate Kiribati, its government has proposed a radical new plan to raise the islands.
Can Fiji Save the World?
By Lyndal Rowlands
Fiji wants countries to join its climate canoe at the latest UN climate talks.
For Pacific Island States, Climate Change Is an Existential Threat
By Grant Wyeth
U.S. withdrawal from the Paris agreement is deeply concerning to leaders in the Pacific.
The Many Faces of Climate Change Migration in Asia
By Alex Randall
In the Asia-Pacific, climate change migration is already happening, sometimes by government fiat.
Cyclone Winston Wreaks Havoc on Fiji
By Catherine Putz
It was one of the South Pacific's fiercest storms on record.
New Zealand “Climate Change Refugee” Rejected By High Court
Ioane Teitiota’s bid for asylum fails to set precedent after third and final refutation.