NEWS: Marshall Islands foreign minister Tony de Brum criticises Peter Dutton for “insensitive” remarks, in week of tension on climate
Pacific Island leaders set to sign declaration that they will take initiative at UN climate change talks
As world leaders prepare to discuss climate threat facing the Pacific Islands, EU pledges to provide water to 6,400 islanders
Pacific leaders will be joined by delegates from United States, China, and the EU to discuss measures to address rising levels of carbon dioxide
Vice President Tony de Brum tells RTCC he’s confident islands will remain in existence, and says September climate summit in Majuro will be critical for ambition
Country is joined by neighbour New Caledonia in pledging projected areas which will together cover 2.5 million square kilometres of ocean.