Migration with dignity must be part of a climate change adaptation strategy, rather than relocation of people as climate refugees
NEWS: Low-lying atoll nation has bought land in Fiji to relocate its 100,000 population as global warming impacts accelerate
NEWS: ‘Anote’s Ark’, a feature film about vulnerable Kiribati and its inspired president, has a week to meet its crowdfunding target
NEWS: Anote Tong urges aggressive push to stop carbon emissions from coal use and save his low-lying islands from rising seas
NEWS: Anote Tong says plans for migration advanced with rising sea levels already causing havoc in his country
NEWS: President Anote Tong calls for world leaders to pay attention to sinking island at today’s historic climate summit in New York
NEWS: President Tong says islands will be “annihilated” regardless of action from US and China
COMMENT: New Zealand’s rejection of Kiribati man shows current system doesn’t work for those fleeing climate change impacts
Wednesday’s top five: fossil fuels banned, EU car emissions limited, Solomon Islands face economic crisis, Kiribati resident refused climate refugee status
European Union agrees to cover some costs of Alliance of Small Island States at UNFCCC negotiations
Pacific Islanders will stage a day of songs and dances across 15 nations on Saturday 2 March to highlight the impact of rising sea levels
President Tong of Kiribati says the government are in negotiations with other countries in the event of a sea level rise
El Nino warming cycle survivors give new clues and improve prospects for some coral environments.
Tong says new land on Fiji will be used for economic development and relocation remains an absolute last resort.
Kiribati’s president has called the move a possibility but a last resort, as the country’s cabinet approves the purchase of land on Fiji’s Viti Levu Island to home future climate refugees.