NEWS: Tournament gifts tiny Fiji, Samoa, and Tonga global platform as new documentary tells tale of hardy underdogs
NEWS: Climate change set to dominate discussions during 2014 Small Islands conference
NEWS: Plans are afoot to move an entire town to the mainland as climate impacts threaten to wipe out Taro Island
COMMENT: As they age, Pacific youth could watch their homelands sink to a watery myth. They’re not going down without a fight
NEWS: New UN science study will say 1.3 metres sea level rise ‘locked in’ over next two thousand years
Morning summary: Kiribati man pursues climate refugee status in NZ court; Abbott asks for submissions on emissions reduction fund design; and Greens rule out coalition talks with Merkel
Foreign Office minister Hugo Swire says strong coalition required to achieve global emissions deal in 2015
Text calling for climate ambition will be presented to UN chief Ban Ki Moon at General Assembly in New York
Pacific Island states agree to redouble efforts to secure agreement for a loss and damage scheme at UN climate talks
Leaders convene in Fiji for four day summit as rising tides and storms start to take toll on world’s most climate vulnerable countries
Fourth Pacific Climate Change Roundtable brings together environment ministers, meteorologists and UN officials to discuss rising sea levels
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
New study finds that sea-level rise, tropical cyclones, floods and drought could threaten livelihoods in the Pacific region.
Youth Profile #20: Krishneil Narayan from Project Survival Pacific tells to RTCC about how important education is for people living on the frontline of climate change
Country is joined by neighbour New Caledonia in pledging projected areas which will together cover 2.5 million square kilometres of ocean.
Eskimo village of Newtok, Alaska to relocate as melting permafrost puts community on shaky ground and see ice loss opens door to storms.
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.