Atoll nations unite against the exceptional and existential threat caused by climate change

The four exclusively atoll nations came together in Fiji recently to discuss the fact their homes and cultures are at an increased risk as a result of the global climate crisis.  High level representatives from the Republic of the Marshall Islands, Tuvalu, Kiribati and the Maldives recognised in the one-day science session that climate change is disproportionately impacting their Island nations, and threatening the future of their people.

Tracking ‘moody’ Mona

Fiji Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama queries some details regarding TC Mona’s track.


Always be ready for the worst and hope for the best  


AS Tropical Cyclone Mona roared across the islands, a group of men sat huddled around a conference table in a semi-lit room, their heads turned towards a big screen showing a satellite image of the potential threat coming their way. 

Statement from SPC Director-General Colin Tukuitonga on accreditation with Green Climate Fund

Early today we received news that the Pacific Community has been officially accredited by the Green Climate Fund. This is a significant development for SPC and one that will provide great benefits for the work we do with our members across the Pacific.

The accreditation is more than just an endorsement and recognition of our work, it represents a key for unlocking a variety of new tools that will enable SPC to provide, products, activities and services that were not previously accessible.

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