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Pacific Islands Forum: Climate of Consensus Before Paris?
By Helen Clark
The two largest members are being targeted by Pacific Island states worried about climate change.
Kiribati and the Future of Coal
By Kumi Naidoo
This Pacific Island nation’s stand on coal has the power to shift climate politics.
Climate Change and the Pacific
By Elizabeth Ferris
It is likely that countries in the region will become uninhabitable long before they are submerged.
New Zealand's Mass Surveillance of Pacific States Exposed
By Ankit Panda
New Zealand's Government Communications Security Bureau conducts mass surveillance of several Pacific states.
Australia Launches New Pacific Patrol Boat Program
By Shahryar Pasandideh
Providing patrol boats to its island neighbors gives Australia influence and stability in its emerging periphery.
New Zealand Courts and the Climate Refugee Dilemma
By Jarni Blakkarly
A Kiribati man faces deportation after a New Zealand refuses to accept a ‘climate refugee’ claim.
New Zealand “Climate Change Refugee” Rejected By High Court
Ioane Teitiota’s bid for asylum fails to set precedent after third and final refutation.