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Kiribati Trying to Keep Its Head Above Water

Kiribati, a small Pacific island nation, could disappear under water in a few decades due to climate trends. Former President Anote Tong led initiatives to address climate change effects, such as the… 263 more words

Environment

What Cure the Crisis

[photo taken on Christmas Day in Pennsylvania 2015 when the temperature was about 60 degrees and normally is below freezing.]

I met the delightful and inspiring Amaya Shah when I volunteered to man a table at the STEM Sisters Full Steam Ahead program held in November of 2016 at Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology. 1,196 more words

Pacific Anti-Corruption Progress Newsletter - UNPRAC

THE UNITED NATIONS Regional Anti-Corruption Program (UNPRAC) published recently publish a progressive update on anti-corruption activities in the Pacific.

According to the report the “UN‐Pacific Regional Anti‐Corruption Project supported anti‐corruption victories large and small during 2016. 42 more words

Last Virgin in Paradise: What a Girl Wants (is largely considered irrelevant)

Last Virgin in Paradise, Vilsoni Hereniko and Teresia Teaiwa, 1993

Australia And Oceania

Pacific Islanders Fear for Future Amidst Trump’s Climate Rhetoric

by Aurora Brachman

The future of Pacific Island nations requires the United States solidarity on climate change action to protect people in vulnerable developing nations from the environmental destruction they imminently face. 379 more words

Climate Change

A Month In Kiribati (or The Anatomy Of Primitive Paradise)

By Florcita Swartzman

The narrow dirt roads that twist and turn their way in and out of the villages of South Tarawa, the main island and capital of Kiribati, offer quite a particular view: little huts by the sea made from palm sticks and leaves, dogs, chickens and pigs running around freely, and of course, the usual flocks of naked giggling kids here and there. 963 more words

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