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The State of the Climate in the Pacific

Te Mana o te Moana: the State of the Climate in the Pacific 2021

Greenpeace's landmark report, The state of the climate in the Pacific Report - "may be our final warning" for the Pacific Islands.

The report explores how climate change has impacted Pacific Island Countries, who is responsible, and what is needed to ensure that the people of the Pacific emerge stronger from the climate crisis. 

Download the PDF pdf Te Mana o te Moana The state of the Climate in the Pacific Report 2021 (18.66 MB)

 

Fiji calls on Australia to 'walk the talk' by adopting more ambitious emissions targets

The Fijian government is hoping that Australia will commit to a low carbon future. The latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report indicates a very urgent need to take stronger climate action. 

"Adopting, for example, a carbon neutral position by 2050."  Said Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum. Fiji's Attorney General and Minister responsible for climate change. 

Read the ABC Radio National article: Fiji calls on Australia to 'walk the talk' by adopting more ambitious emissions targets 

 

JOIN TOGETHER AND PRAY FOR CLIMATE JUSTICE 

Urgent climate action ahead of the United Nations (UN) Climate Ambition Summit on 12 December 2020.  

You are welcome to join this prayer service to stand together in unity and #Pray4COP26

Join together for the climate continuously until the next climate talks (COP) are held. As people of faith, let us pray for a change of heart and mind towards more positive climate justice-orientated thinking.

When: Thursday 26 August 2021

Time: 10am CET (Central European Time) 6:00pm (AEST)

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