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Month After Cyclone, Half of Vanuatu Still Has No Clean Water
Two-thirds of island nation's water and sanitation infrastructure has been damaged, wrecked, or contaminated, according to UNICEF
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Pacific Islanders Say Climate Finance 'Essential' for Paris Agreement
'If climate finance under the Paris Agreement falls off a cliff, so will our response to the climate challenge,' says foreign minister of the Marshall Islands
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In Vanuatu, Death Toll Climbs as Scale of Devastation Sinks In
'In the next days people will not have enough food anymore.'
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Officials Blame Climate Change for 'Worse Than Worst Case Scenario' in Vanuatu
'For leaders of low-lying island atolls, the hazards of global warming...is a catastrophe that impinges on our rights—and our survival,' says Pacific Island leader
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Aid Groups Arrive in Vanuatu, Assessing Devastation from Cyclone's 'Full Fury'
Homes are badly damaged, children are afraid, and many villages are without water, early reports indicate
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As Cyclone Pam Devastates Vanuatu, Climate Experts Sound Alarm
Disaster 'driving painfully home the rising risks from extreme weather and climate change,' UN conference warns
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'Not Drowning, Fighting': Pacific Climate Warriors Blockade Australian Coal Port
Only four of the twelve ships, including two coal ships, scheduled to pass through the port were able to break the blockade lead by a group of Pacific Climate Warriors representing 12 Pacific Island nations.
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Big Considerations for the US as Climate Change Sweeps the Globe
As climate change ripples across the globe, the regions that will be hit hardest will also often be the poorest — places where developing economies, political systems and infrastructure are the most fragile. And as another UN summit approaches, some of those vulnerable nations are looking to...
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Pacific Island Sets Renewable Energy Record
Tokelau, a small Polynesian territory in the central Pacific, has surpassed the rest of the world in replacing fossil fuels and raised the benchmark of achievement on sustainable development. Located north of Samoa, the three atolls, home to 1,411 people, will claim a world record when they switch...
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WTO Turnaround: Food, Jobs and Sustainable Development First!
December 15-17, 2011, Trade Ministers will convene in Geneva, Switzerland for an 8 th WTO Ministerial Meeting. After many failed Ministerial meetings and nearly ten years of negotiations, the Doha Round of WTO expansion is at a crossroads. Increasingly, developed countries have tried to push aside...
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