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Rising Seas Push Islanders to Papua New Guinea's Manus Island

Clifford Faik
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The Quest for Survival as Sea Levels Rise in Papua New Guinea

Clifford Faik
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EJN Hosts Virtual Networking Workshop for Asia-Pacific Indigenous Journalists

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'We Cannot Relent, and We Must Not Fail,' Solomon Islands Tells World Leaders at COP28

Fredrick Kusu
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Pacific Leaders Unite for More Climate Action at COP28

Fredrick Kusu
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What COP28 Could Mean for Solomon Islands and the Pacific Region

Fredrick Kusu
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Solomon Islands Welcomes COP28 Agreement to Operate Loss and Damage Fund

Fredrick Kusu
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Banner image: As Pakistan’s lignite coal boom accelerates, communities native to the Tharpakar desert stand to lose their homes and livelihoods / Credit: Zaferauf via Wikimedia Commons.

EJN Awards 16 Story Grants to Indigenous and Ethnic Minority Journalists

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The True Cost of Tuna: Marine Observers Dying at Sea

Lee van der Voo
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EJN Awards 12 Story Grants to Journalists in Asia-Pacific Island Countries

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EJN and Pacific Organizations Team Up to Foster Discussion and Strengthen Media Networks

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In Search of Answers as Climate Change Ravages Bellona Island, Solomon Islands

Irwin Angiki
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8 Media Grantees and Staff Met in Kathmandu, Nepal, for EJN Asia-Pacific's Annual Training-of Trainers Workshop

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EJN Awards Eight Grants to Asia-Pacific Media Organizations to Improve Coverage of Interconnected Climate, Environmental and Health Crises

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Searching for Answers as Climate Change Ravages Solomon Islands' Bellona

Irwin Angiki
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Grandmother’s Gift: Can Traditional Pacific Island Knowledge Help Manage Our Oceans?

Larry Raigetal
Douglas Varchol
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Guardians of the Sea: Community Conservation in Papua New Guinea

Roline Likas
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Palau's Famed Marine Sanctuary Is Intact For Now

Leilani Reklai
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Protecting the Tupa: Unheard Voices of Aitutaki

Sean Isamaela
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EJN Winds Down Successful Collaborative Reporting Project on One Health and Meat in the Asia Pacific

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Nineteen Asia-Pacific Youth Journalists Awarded Story Grants

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Alluvial Mining Causing Losses of Biodiversity, Culture and Livelihoods in the Solomon Islands

Fredrick Kusu
Charley Piringi
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Anthony Garae

Technology Critical in Meeting Climate Goals, Vanuatu Official Says

Anita Roberts
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Loss and Damage at COP27: Why It Matters for the Solomon Islands

Fredrick Kusu
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EJN Selects Five Journalist Fellows to Cover COP27 Remotely

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Halted Development Project Causes Problems in Fiji's Malolo Island

Ivamere Nataro
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One Health in Fiji: What It Means and Why It Is Vital

Ivamere Nataro
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Solid Waste Threatens Fragile Paradise in Gizo, Solomon Islands

Ben Bilua
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Leptospirosis in Fiji: A Lethal Bacteria Poorly Understood

Ivamere Nataro
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Fifteen Journalists to Attend EJN’s Twice Postponed Indian Ocean Marine Science Training

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Eighteen New Story Grants Awarded to Journalists in Asia-Pacific 

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EJN Launches Three New Projects in South Africa and India, the Western Amazon and the Mekong Basin 

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